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"Fetish with Triangles" Pin/Pendant by Denise Wallace
This design is Denise's interpretation of an ancient Ivory figure made by either the Okvik or the Old Bering Sea People of the Alaskan coast.
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Fetish Earrings by Denise Wallace; Limited-Edition, #8 of 100. Circa 1992. Total length of each earring is 2⅛"These earrings are based on small carved figures created millennia ago by the coastal people of modern day Alaska, and show a male and female figure. A note from...
"Fisherman Mask" Pin/Pendant by Denise Wallace; from October, 1987 This two-piece Pin or Pendant is Denise's interpretation of a traditional mask. The central face is that of a fisherman, and he is surrounded by a universe of sea mammals and fish. The central mask can...
Half-Man Half-Animal Mask Pin/Pendant by Denise Wallace (#1 of 5); 1988) This is a classic transformation piece. The central face is divided into two sides, each representing the different states of transformation. As a removable, stand-alone pendant, the Man/Animal Mask can be worn on its...