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Picasso Marble Corn Maiden by Rhoda Quam, Deceased

Rhoda Quam, Deceased

Picasso Marble Corn Maiden by Rhoda Quam, Deceased

$ 200.00

A gray, brown and black veined Picasso marble maiden with a spiny oyster inlaid face and jet features created by the deceased carver Rhoda Quam. Rhoda has the large figure carrying a prayer bowl filled with turquoise chips and apple coral carved corn cobs - there are 3 small maidens with inlaid faces placed near the base on her back side. Rhoda Quam is Lynn Quam’s sister - both learned their art as children from their award winning jeweler and carving mother, Annie Gasper. Rhoda died around 2015 with many health problems. She was a cousin of Sandra Quandelacy - who was the same age so they were raised like sisters. The maiden symbolizes abundance, fertility and feminine energy.
Artist: Rhoda Quam, Deceased
Size: 1-1/2 in. long x 1-3/8 in. wide x 3-1/2 in. tall

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