Thursday, May 27, 2021
Sunday, November 29, 2020
Celebrate the Birth of Christ with an
authentic Native American Nativity.
What better way to demonstrate the universality of God's Love for all his Creation?
wonderful to display at Christmas and often become treasured heirlooms
as they are put out each year, Christmas after Christmas.
The richness of these memories can be yours when you bring one of the wonderful works of reverent art at Native-PotteryLink.com into your home.
Delivery to your address in time for Christmas display is iincluded in the price.
What's holding you back? Whether you add one of these treasures to your annual Christmas celebration or not, we wish you a blessed Christmas season.
Saturday, May 02, 2020
Sad Corona Virus News for Santa Fe, NM
Coronavirus is not good news for anyone.
But not this year.
Saturday, December 30, 2017
Haven't figured out how to use your tax bonus?
For the first 10 days of 2018, we are reducing by 25% every item in our Zuni fetish, Indian jewelry, Native American pottery and miscellaneous tribal art collection.
Because so many items are involved, and the prices will return to what the are before the sale, changing every price on the web sites is a ton of work.
So to take advantage of this 25% saving you are asked to call us toll-free at 1-800-305-0185 and let us know what you want to order. We will adjust the price on those items for you alone. and arrange for you to pay using Paypal. It's really simple, and much more personal than using a shopping cart.
(If you want to order an item to pay off over time, we can arrange that too and will honor those orders as part of this sale.)
Visit http://www.ZuniLink.com if you are interested in fetish carvings or Native American Indian jewelry. Find the item(s) that turn you on, and call us at 1-800-305-0185 with the inventory number. If those items are still available, we will knock 25% off the listed price, accept your credit card information or and send you a Paypal invoice for the reduced price. When your payment is confirmed, your order will be shipped to you by the next business day.
Or, if Native American Indian and Pueblo pottery are your interest, visit us at http://www.Native-PotteryLink.com and call us at the toll-free number. We will talk you through the same process.
Finally, if you are interested in Native American folk art, You will find those items at http://www.TribalWorks.com. Again, when you find something that interests you, call us. We will take it from there.
We hope your 2018 is filled with joy and wonderful Native American and other Tribal treasures
Friday, February 24, 2017
Every time someone purchases a fake Native Fetish Carving, fake item of Native American jewelry or a fake Pueblo pot, they take income and grocery money out of the pocket of a bona fide Native Artist.
"Five Charged With Selling Fake Native American Jewelry
Do not allow yourself to be conned out of your hard-earned cash. Always insist on a signed Certificate of Authenticity when you buy a Zuni fetish, a Navajo bracelet or Pueblo pottery.
Thursday, February 02, 2017
Born in 1946, Lena has worked enough years to decide to stop carving. This is a considerable loss to collectors of Zuni fetish carvings. Lena and her sister, Dinah (Gasper), were daughters of the Teddy's daughter, Edna Leki (d.), who was also a highly collected carver.
Dinah was married to Peter Gasper Sr. (d.). There offspring included carvers, Debra Gasper (Tsethlikai) and Peter Gasper, Jr. All of who carried on the carving tradition.
Lena, who was married to Rignie Boone (d.), has two children, Evalena Boone and Leland Boone. Both continue to carve.
While Lena is retiring, her influence continues in her nephew, Robert Michael Weahkee. Lena has been a major mentor and inspiration for Robert Michael Weahkee. In fact, it was Lena who first introduced ZuniLink.com to Robert Micheal Weahkee's work. It was in Santa Fe, NM, where we had agreed to meet Lena so she could deliver new carvings we were purchasing from her. At the conclusion of that transaction, she excitedly asked us to join her at her car. She opened the trunk and eagerly presented new antler altar carvings by Robert Michael. This was our first encounter with his carvings and the first time we had even learned about him. We were impressed by their artistry and immediately acquired them,
It was the continuation of a beautiful friendship with the Weahkee family. We continue to visit with Lena, Evalena, Leland and Robert Michael at her Zuni home each year.
What customarily happens when an artist stops creating is a rush to acquire his or her work that is still on the market. This is often followed by a price increase inspired by decreasing supply of new carvings. As a matter of principle, we refuse to engage in this behavior. We will continue offer all of the work we have by Lena,for as long as we have items to sell, at the original prices,
ZuniLink.com encourages you to take advantage what is available. We also encourage you to consider the work of Lena's Weahkee family, all of which is outstanding. Elah kwa.
Saturday, July 09, 2016
In recent years, Zuni Pueblo has hosted an event called Zuni Main Street Fest.
It is a splendid reason to visit the pueblo. While out-of-the-way, Zuni Pueblo is not hard to find and is easy to enter.
In addition to attractions like the dances, a major attraction is the number of shops and stores that show and sell Zuni fetish carvings. There must be thousands of people collect these carvings that represent some of Zuni finest art.
Of course, if you can't make the trip to Zuni for some reason, you can shop for authentic Zuni fetishes online. One of the most experienced and reliable dealers in Zuni fetishes is ZuniLink.com. The site has hundreds of Zuni fetish carvings and video interviews with the an assortment of carvers such as Brian Yatsattie, Dee Edaakie, Robert Michael Weahkie, Burt Awelagte and more.
Visit ZuniLink to learn more about Zuni fetishes and their carvers. As they say in Zuni, "Elahkwa"
A recently inaugurated event at Zuni has been the Main Street Festival. Here an example of the dancing that took place at the 2016 event.
This is an excellent reason to visit the pueblo. Fortunately, while off the beaten path, it is not difficult to find and get to.
Another reason is to acquire Zuni fetish carvings. There are a handful of commercial fetish dealers within in the fetish grounds. But, in the age of the internet you don't have to visit the pueblo, pleasant and enticing as it is, to start or add to your Zuni fetish collection.
One of the most experienced and reliable dealers in Zuni fetishes is online at ZuniLink.com. The site includes hundreds of Zuni and other Native fetishes, including bears, eagles, mountain lions, badgers and more, carved by the likes of Lena Boone, Dee Edaakie, the Quams, the Quandelacys, Bryan Yatsattie, Melvin Sandoval, Salvador Romero (Cochiti) and more.
Recognizing that judging a fetish by a photograph alone can be problematic, ZuniLink provides a satisfaction guarantee so you can return any purchase you are unhappy with when you receive it and have your purchase price refunded.
Plan to visit Zuni Pueblo and ZuniLink. As they say at Zuni, "Elahkwa".