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This is a Wonderful Piece of Phoenix History. Late 1950's Valley National Bank Silver & Turquoise Bolo by Legendary Hopi Artist HARRY SAKYESVA. Harry Sakyesva (1921 - 1969) was a Hopi artist who was born in Hotevilla, a Hopi village on Third Mesa, Arizona. Sakyesva translates to "People from the Green Valley." Snodgrass describes Sakyesva as being "known not only as a painter, but also as a maker of Kachina dolls and as a silversmith." Sakyesva exhibited at the Museum of New Mexico, Philbrook Art Center, and the Guadalupe Gallery in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sakyesva was primarily known as a silversmith. Sakyesva died in Scottsdale on Oct. 22, 1969.
Approximately Tie: 18-1/2" (totall length: 37") Bolo:1-13/16" x 2-5/16" Tips: 1-7/8" x 3/8"
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
This is from a banking and American Indian collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. ZFJV19 LAAIEX12/18/19
9-(Excellent- ): The bolo shows great patina and leather tie shows age of wear, overall very nice southwest design by "Hopi Artist HARRY SAKYESVA".
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.