WE ARE OUT OF THE OFFICE WITH NO SHIPPING CAPABILITIES!!!... We are now OUT OF THE OFFICE for about THREE WEEKS, Leaving Saturday September 4th, On The Road WITH LITTLE OR NO SHIPPING CAPABILITIES until our Return to the Office From our Travels to the ASMIC National & MAX Shows on Monday September 27th.
Thank you for visiting. We hope you will find some vintage artifacts to add to your collection here, and Please Note that we will be OUT OF THE OFFICE, from Saturday 9/4/21 through Sunday 9/26/21, and We will be UNABLE TO SHIP, until our return the Office on Monday 9/27/21, at which time we will resume NORMAL SHIPPING CAPABILITIES. But, during our time away, we will be happy to accept any orders and get the ordered artifacts marked as SOLD right away.
Thank you, Ron & Kana
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.