Oversized vintage bolo inlaid with turquoise, coral and mother of pearl by Zuni artisan Edward A Beyuka (1920-2002). Eddie Beyuka was captured by the Japanese in WWII and survived the Bataan death march. He began making jewelry in 1956, creating wearable art that is meant to be displayed as sculpture when not being worn. His work can be found in the Peabody Museum, Harvard University and numerous private collections.
|Jewelry Type:||Bolo Ties|
|Materials:||Sterling Silver, Metal|
|Brand/Designer:||Edward A Beyuka|
|Stone Type:||Turquoise, Coral, Mother of Pearl|
|Style:||Vintage, Native American|
|Necklace Length:||32.00 – maximum length|
|Total Sterling Silver Weight (grams):||2.535 ozt|
|Gemologist Note:||The stones are inlay.|
- the clasp for the bolo tie is base metal.
- figure length is 7.50".