Description: Presented to you is this great, collectible overlay bolo tie by multiple award winning Hopi artist Bernard Dawahoya. This is a great bolo tie with a classic Hopi overlay style accented with bear paws. It is made from sterling silver and the cord is braided black leather with nice sterling silver tips. Fun fact about the bolo tie; Victor Emanuel Cedarstaff of Wickenburg, AZ claims to have invented the bolo tie in the late 1940s and later patented his slide design.
Maker: Hallmarked snow cloud for Bernard Dawahoya, (1937-2010; Hopi). Active 1950s-2010. In 1989 the state of Arizona declared him Arizona Indian Living Treasure.
Approx Age: Circa 1980s.
Size: The bolo slide measures approx. 3 inches wide X 3 inches long. It's on a 44 inch long braided leather cord. Weighs 79.1 grams (with part of the cord on the scale as well).
Condition: Good for its age. Normal wear and minor imperfections expected on used and vintage items.
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