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National Parks Store: Zuni Fetish Trunk Show


View hundreds of authentic Zuni fetish carvings featured by Kachina House of Sedona, Arizona.

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Made from various materials, Zuni fetish carvings traditionally serve a ceremonial purpose and depict animals and icons integral to Zuni culture. Each animal serves a different purpose in Zuni ceremony. The armadillo symbolizes slowness, sureness, and reliable. The bear symbolizes strength, introspection, and the spiritual journey through life.The eagle symbolizes the connection to the divine. Among hundreds of animals, Zuni fetishes embody a rich and mystical tradition that celebrates the connection between the spiritual world and the human world.

View hundreds of authentic Zuni fetish carvings featured by Kachina House of Sedona, Arizona. Kachina House is owned by three women who have a passion for the indigenous people of North America. Starting out as a small shop, Kachina House’s dedication to authenticity has allowed the business to grow into the largest distributor of American Indian art in Arizona.



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Event Tags: American Indian, art, carvings, free, handmade, Native American, show, traditional

Date:
Sunday, January 3
Time:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Place:
The National Parks Store
12880 N. Vistoso Village Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85755 United States
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Contact:
520-622-6014
Cost:
Free

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