Eddie Beyuka, Bolo Tie, Snake Dancer, Inlay, Zuni Handmade, Circa 1960s, 44"
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Zuni artwork is very different than Navajo and Hopi. Most Zuni artists make a few different styles and perfect the work, they are very meticulous and that shows in their work. Zuni is known for lapidary work whether that is small petit point, needlepoint, or channel and mosaic inlay. You will find many of the Zuni Masters creating their magnificent pieces of inlay after those fascinating Kachina dancers. This bolo depicts a fascinating snake dancer with great detail using a combination of channel and mosaic inlay. Shells, jet, and turquoise add to the color of the dancer. Own one of the Zuni Masters. A wonderful addition to your collection of Zuni art.
Hanging Length - 22"
Bolo Size - 6" x 2 1/2"
Weight - 97.6