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Item Number: 7430
Corn Maiden Fetish

Was: $58.00 - NOW: $34.00
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What a gracious Corn Maiden this is. She stands 2 1/2 inches tall and 3/4 inch at base. She is carved from Antler. Not signed.

The Corn Maidens were said to have secretly emerged with the Zuni from their previous existence in the Underworld. After a while, the Corn Maidens and the Zuni became separated, and witches destroyed the Zuni's crops. The Twin sons of the Sun Father set out to find the Maidens. After a long search they were found, and the Twins asked them to bring corn back to the Zuni people. So the Corn Maidens returned to save the Zuni People from starvation.

 
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