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SOLD! A striking large Zuni inlay bolo tie depicting a bald eagle with matching tips of eagles’ heads. The inlays include bright white shell, jet, gold-lip shell and turquoise. The bolo is marked on the back with the signature stamp, “Ray & Eva Wayaco.” The central eagle measures approximately 4″
Circa 1930, this is a wonderfully worn square and twisted wire bracelet set with four oval cabochons. The stones are all very worn and cracked but they have the lovely warm blue shades of old Blue Gem. This classic bracelet shows its years of wear with a pleasing softness of
Circa 1930s, this is a heavy, old stamped butterfly pin. Made before figural pins became somewhat formulaic and quickly produced, this butterfly is heavy with relatively thick silver and wire used for the wings and antennas and, he has a solid silver button for the head and set with a