RARE VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN KIOWA WAR DANCER BOLO WithPIN SINGED BY EDDIE BEYUKA
Eddie Beyuka is often times considered a staple of Zuni channel inlay jewelry. His art work can be viewed in many museums and books. He was a true craftsman of the trade. While there are a few pieces like it, I have never seems this exact piece which would make it a great add to anyones collection. The bolo is approximately 5 long and 2.5 wide and weighs 82 grams and features a pin that matches the head sees.
It features classic turquoise, jet, mother of pearl, and coral as well as many of the other stones and characteristics of eddies work. The piece is estimated to be made during the 60-70s and is signed on the back.
The item "RARE VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN KIOWA WAR DANCER BOLO WithPIN SINGED BY EDDIE BEYUKA" is in sale since Sunday, April 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Other Native American Jewelry". The seller is "nicnic-y1b4to2" and is located in Holland, Michigan.
This item can be shipped to United States.
- Jewelry Type: Bolo Ties
- Tribal Affiliation: Zuni
- Ethnic Origin: Native American
- Metal: Silver
- Artisan: Eddie Beyuka