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Rain
Garden
Sculpture

$400

Prayer of Thanksgiving Staff

$275

Tiny Healing Turtle
Necklace Pendant

Mark creates them with heavy gauge copper that is pounded, heated, forged together with silver and then polished...typically called a" marriage of metals" technique.

$200 Traditionally Blessed turtle

$210 Traditionally Blesssed Turtle with Buckskin Necklace

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Six Nations Candleholder
or Wine Bottle Holder

The Iroquois confederacy is made up of six independent nations. These six nations took the path of peace and friendship.

$150

Storyteller with Leaves
Garden
Sculpture

$475

Strawberry Girl
Garden
Sculpture

$375

Thunderbird
Garden
Sculpture

$525

Companions
Garden
Sculpture

$625

Thirteen Moons Dancer
Garden
Sculpture

$350

Butterfly Dancer
Garden Sculpture

$350

Stripes Dancer
Garden Sculpture

$350

Swirly Dancer
Garden Sculpture

$350

Painted Pony
Garden Sculpture

$325

Runs Like the Wind
Garden Sculpture

$325

Love(2012)
Garden Sculpture

How their customs were in the olden days there were different ways to confirm a marriage...

$675

Buffalo
Garden Sculpture

The buffalo was a gift of love from the Great Spirit to his red children. 

$575

Healing Waters
Garden Sculpture

We give thanks to the spirit of waters for our strength of well being. 

$375

Crane
Garden Sculpture

...We are reminded to enjoy our special dance honoring the Crane People, that we too may walk in beauty.

$450

Bear
Garden Sculpture

They say that at one time a fox had some fish and he met up with a bear. The bear asked him where he had got the fish and the fox told him down by the icy river.

$550

Butterfly
Garden Sculpture

When we were children, we chased butterflies to give us the endurance in running.

$475

Cedar
Garden Sculpture

Cedar is an important part of Woodland tribal life.

$475

Eagle
Garden Sculpture

Our thoughts turn toward the winged creatures. They have songs which they sing to help us appreciate our own purpose in life. We are reminded to enjoy our life cycle.

$575

Four Winds
Garden Sculpture

We listen and hear the voices of the four winds. We are assured that they are following the instructions of the Creator.

$450

Mother Earth
Garden Sculpture

We give greetings and thanks to our Mother Earth. She gives us that which makes us strong and healthy.

$525

Rainbow
Garden Sculpture

Oneidas and other Iroquois created a new style which featured floral designs composed of glass beads in every color. Raised beaded designs were applied to new shapes such as handbags, pincushions, needlecases, and wall pockets.

$425

Sunrise
Garden Sculpture

Our thoughts turn to the sky. We see the sun, the source of life. We are instructed to call him our Eldest Brother.

Our thoughts turn to the sky. We see the sun, the source of life. We are instructed to call him our Eldest Brother.

$325

Thank You
Garden Sculpture

It was the Oneida custom to give thanks in the spring when they finished making maple sugar and syrup.

$425

Forest
Garden Sculpture

We acknowledge and give greetings to the trees of the world. They continue to perform the instructions, which were given. The maple trees are symbols as the head of the trees...

$425

Four Elements
Garden Sculpture

We give greetings and thanks to our Mother Earth. She gives us that which makes us strong and healthy...

$375

Full Moon
Garden Sculpture

During the nighttime we see the moon. We have been instructed to address her as our Grandmother...

$375

Grandfather
Garden Sculpture

To the thunderers we call our Grandfathers, we give greetings and thanks...

$400

Grandmother Moon
Garden Sculpture

During the night time we see the moon. We have been instructed to address her as our Grandmother. In her cycle, she makes her face new in harmony with other female life...

$450

Iroquois Flower Girl
Garden Sculpture

The pattern incorporated into this sculpture is one of the many beautiful Iroquois floral beaded designs...

$400

Love
Garden Sculpture

How their customs were in the olden days…there were different ways to confirm a marriage...

$675

Moose Man
Garden Sculpture

This anthromorphic moose represents fertility, strength, and power. Moose Man was inspired by and ancient petroglyph from the Great Lakes region...

$475

Northern Lights
Garden Sculpture

The aurora borealis has intrigued people from ancient time. Native Americans have many explanations for the northern lights...

$475

River
Garden Sculpture

We give thanks to the spirit of waters for our strength of well being...

$375

Storyteller
Garden Sculpture

The oral tradition developed young people's capacity for remembering long, involved speeches and songs. Storytelling was a cultural contact between generations...

$475

Strawberry
Garden Sculpture

The wild strawberry or "heart berry" is a sacred fruit. The Strawberry Moon is the common name for the month of June when the berries are ripe and the moon is full...

$375

Stream
Garden Sculpture

We give thanks to the spirit of waters for our strength of well being...

$400

Three Sisters
Garden Sculpture

These three sisters, sisters who would never be apart from one another, should be planted together and celebrated together...

$800

Tree of Peace
Garden Sculpture

The wampum belt pattern within this sculpture is called the Wing or Dust Fan and represents the everlasting tree of peace...

$475

Turtle
Garden Sculpture

The turtle taught us patience and never to give up...

$525

Small Turtles

For the first time online we are pleased to offer the Small Turtle collection. Each member of this family is approximately 5" by 5". There are 10 members to this family with Grandmother Moon depicted on the left. Click on the link above to see diagrams of all the family members and to read the stories of each of these adorable little turtles.
They make perfect gifts or you may wish to start your own family collection.

$50/each

Companions

How their customs were in the olden days...there were different ways to confirm a marriage.

$260

Marriage

How their customs were in the olden days...there were different ways to confirm a marriage.

$275

Mother Earth

We give greetings and thanks to our Mother Earth - she gives us that which makes us strong and healthy.

$225

Rainbow

Inspired by the beautiful rainbow of colors seen in many Oneida women’s outfits, whether traditional or fancy, we chose to name this piece "Rainbow."

$225

Story Teller

The oral tradition developed young people's capacity for remembering long, involved speeches and songs. Storytelling was a cultural contact between generations

$225

Giving Thanks

It was the Oneida custom to give thanks in the spring when they finished making maple sugar and syrup.

$225

Three Sisters

Known as the "sustainers of life", the Iroquois consider corn, beans, and squash to be special gifts from the Creator.

$250

An Oneida Pronunciation System Guide can be found here.
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