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Theodore Edaakie Zuni Pueblo Owl Bolo Tie

Regular price $1,655.00 USD
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    Sedona Indian Jewelry


From the Gerald B. Evans / CG Wallace Collection - Gerald Evans was a successful California business man who loved Native American jewelry. In the 1950's he would load up his Buick with Abalone shells and set of to the Zuni Pueblo. He would meet up with CG Wallace (swap, trade and spend some time in Zuni) and head back to San Luis Obispo with his new found treasures.

This Owl Bolo Tie is unsigned but attributed to Theodore Edaakie. It was most likely made during the 1960's. The Bolo Tie is in Excellent Condition... it is Like New. It carries a Pat. Pending C31 Bennett Clip

Theodore Edaakie was the brother of Dennis Edaakie. Dr. Schaaf notes that Theodore Edaakie was active from the 1930's through the 1960's. His work is in the collections of the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian and The Santa Fe Museum of New Mexico.

The Owl is made of Mother of Pearl Shell, Abalone Shell, Coral, Jet, Turquoise and Cowry Shell. These are scarce and rare in this beautiful condition. 

It measures 2 1/4" x 2"

Included is a Leather String Tie with Matching Edaakie Owl Tips

Gerald Evans Collection