This is a museum quality Zuni Native American jewelry, old, inlaid silver bolo tie. This piece contains a fascinating, dancing kachina bolo that measures around 2-3/4" X 1-1/2". The inlay in the bolo consists of turquoise, coral, mother of pearl, and onyx. Surorunding the bolo are amazing silver works that include raindrops, shells, and ropes. The bolo consists of the original black leather tie. Resting on the ends of the tie are superior silver cones with dangling inlaid triangular patterns. The total length of the bolo tie measures around 41". Signed by Zuni Native American jewelry artist, GBRN. Sterling silver. Cir. Mid century . Sturdy 60 grams.
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