This beautiful and exceptional bolo tie is not marked, but it was made in the Zuni style of figures done in painstaking inlay. Both the bolo and the tips are made of sterling silver, along with the dancer's drum and the fringe on his leggings, and the center features a plains dancer that is inlaid with turquoise, black onyx, shell, red jasper, and mother of pearl. This piece may date to the 1970's or 1980's, and it is very well-made, with attention to detail in both the center of the tie and in the faces with headdresses which dangle from its tips. It is in very good to excellent condition, with no problems or damage to any of its parts.
This is a bold and striking tie. Its centerpiece measures 4 3/4 inches tall by 2 3/8 inches at its widest point, and the leather tie is 37 inches long, not including the tips, which are each 3 5/8 inches long, including the dangles. This tie is an outstanding example of the high-quality workmanship that is so evident in some Native American pieces, and many a bolo lover would be happy and proud to add this wonderful tie to their collection.
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