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Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*
Zuni Fetish*

Photo credit: Freud Museum London

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This stone Zuni animal figure is wrapped in a thin leather bracelet with various amulets attached. The animal is not clearly carved but possibly represents a bear, the protector of the west. The face is small and is studded with two finely cut turquoise stones to represent the eyes.

Freud Museum London



early 20th C




H 6.7 x W 5.3 x D 9.8 cm

Accession number

LDFRD 3079

Acquisition method

part of household

Work type



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