Teejay Burbank, Bolo, 12 Years Old, First Place Gallup Ceremonial, Navajo
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Jewelry making starts at a young age in the Four Corners. Teejay Burbank was 12 years old in 2018 when he was awarded a First Place Ribbon for his incredible bolo. One look at the bolo and you realize that he has been making jewelry for sometime now. This large bolo has an Indian Warrior on horseback riding across the wide silver stamped piece. Three stars sit above a gorgeous piece of Nevada?s legendary Number Eight Turquoise. You will find the collectible rock has that amazing sky blue color with a honey spider web filling it. A heavy braided cord and matching tips finish the piece. Add this to your collection of award-winning Native American art.?