This beautiful Red Cedar Santos set carving is made by well-known carver Jacob Salazar Taos New Mexico. He is related to master carver Ernesto Salazar and Leonardo Salazar.
Carvings are 12-¾ inch and 13-½ inch tall.
Here is a beautiful sterling silver silhouette of the Santa Maria; it is part of the Franklin Mint Limited Edition 1976 of tall ship series. Framed in the original frame and backing. Frame is 25-¼ inch by 21-¼ inch. Ship itself is 13-½ inch by 11-½ inch. Sorry for some of the reflection of light in the images.
Local Master Wood Carver Marty Salazar named this incredible statue “ Old Indian Warrior”. The Old Indian Warrior is made from Pinewood, carefully painted and glazed. This incredible authentic New Mexican conversation starter will complete any home or office. The “Old Indian Warrior” measures 16 inches tall and his base is 4.5 x 5.25 inches.
The artist of this beautiful sterling/copper brooch showing the church of San Esteban del Rey Mission at the Acome Pueblo is unknown. It is marked on the back with “ San Esteban de Acoma”, the letters “HB” and a Dragonfly stamp. An Acoma Pueblo artist could have handcrafted this most unusual church brooch.. The Acoma Pueblo is often called Sky City and the mission was build in 1629 under the direction of Friar Juan Ramirez and completed in 1640.
Brooch measures 2 1/8 inches by 1 5/8 inches. Wei ...click for details
Beautiful hand crafted sterling/copper southwestern pueblo church brooch handcrafted by Hispanic artist Carlos Perez. Made likely in the 70s.
Brooch measures 1 ¾ inches by 1-¾ inches. Weight is 0.40 oz. or 11 grams.