Mens Bolo and buckle Turquoise Sterling Silver DENNIS EDAAKIE book piece RARE
Dnnnis Nancy Edaakie book piece BOLO ZUNI and matching belt buckle museum items. Nancy started out doing some of the inlay details on Dennis’s work and now does all of the inlay… According to the Kennedy Museum of Art website. Dennis Edaakie was born in 1931 and was a member of the Parrot Clan. He was active silversmithing from 1954 until his death in 2008. He collaborated from about 1965 onwards with his wife Nancy, who was born in 1937 and a member of the Frog Clan. Some sources claim he was taught silversmithing by his uncle Jake Haloo but Edaakie himself has stated that he learned a lot from watching his father, but was otherwise self-taught. The item “Mens Bolo and buckle Turquoise Sterling Silver DENNIS EDAAKIE book piece RARE” is in sale since Wednesday, March 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “onceinalifetimedeals” and is located in Pueblo, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States, Philippines, Cayman islands.
- Original Handmade and Signed: Yes
- Layaways?: Yes
- Offers?: No
- Seller Belongs to: Indian Arts and Crafts Association
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Product Description:: PLEASE READ IT FULLY B4 SENDING QUESTIONS.
- Artisan: Dennis Edaakie,Very Famous Artist RIP
- Main Stone: Turquoise Coral Mother of Pearl Onyx Shell
- Metal: Sterling Silver 925
- Jewelry Type: Men’s or Women’s Pictorial Inlay Bolo Tie Necklace
- Tribal Affiliation: Native American Indian Zuni