This is a striking vintage Zuni Native American jewelry museum quality silver bolo tie being one of Eddie Beyukea's finer and most unique vintage pieces. This particular bolo is a marvelous snake dancer and is incredibly large measuring around 4-1/8" X 2-1/8". Eddie was one of the best inlay Zuni Native American jewelry artists of all time and was known to make very large pieces and some of the finest bolos especially. What makes this piece unique is that it is a snake dancer and contains a wonderful handmade silver snake that wraps through the kachinas mouth. The bolo is very intricately hand inlaid with natural turquoise, mother of pear, jet, and coral. Resting at the bottom of the tie are fascinating large handmade silver pins. The total length of this stunning bolo tie measures around 37". Signed by Zuni Native American jewelry artist, Eddie Beyukea. Sterling silver. Cir. 1950's+. Sturdy 46 grams. MAKE US AN OFFER- We like to be flexible! Send us your reasonable offer on this piece(s), you have nothing to lose. The most common email we receive is from buyers who waited too long and someone bought it before they did. LAYAWAYS- Please contact us prior to purchasing and we can work out an easy 0%-interest Paypal/ Money Order lay-a-way plan that fits your budget. (Item must be of $100 value or more).