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Hereford Bolo Tie Divine !

Lincoln Zunie

About The Hereford Bolo Tie Divine !

Lincoln Zunie is probably one of the best known Zuni artists when it comes to his cattle and horse bolo ties.  His covered wagon and wagon wheel jewelry are particularly popular with ranchers, city cowboys and cowgirls, not to mention anyone enamored with the "Old West."

His creations are fresh, spontaneous.  They possess an intimacy that can only come from a life amongst his subject inspirations.  This man knew what he was doing to capture more than just the superficial appearance of this hereford bull.  He caught his personality and dressed him for the Fair.  He looks all of the prize winner he is. You want to pet the curly hair on his nose!

This is the perfect tie for anyone "bullfish" on bolas.  It is also the perfect good luck piece if you are a stock broker.

Whatever your game, there are not many of these "out there" of this vintage and mo more are being made by Mr. Zunie.

Marked Down $1,200.00

Gallery Price $1,800.00

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Lincoln Zunie is probably one of the best known Zuni artists when it comes to his cattle and horse bolo ties.  His covered wagon and wagon wheel jewelry are particularly popular with ranchers, city cowboys and cowgirls, not to mention anyone enamored with the "Old West."

His creations are fresh, spontaneous.  They possess an intimacy that can only come from a life amongst his subject inspirations.  This man knew what he was doing to capture more than just the superficial appearance of this hereford bull.  He caught his personality and dressed him for the Fair.  He looks all of the prize winner he is. You want to pet the curly hair on his nose!

This is the perfect tie for anyone "bullfish" on bolas.  It is also the perfect good luck piece if you are a stock broker.

Whatever your game, there are not many of these "out there" of this vintage and mo more are being made by Mr. Zunie.

About the Artist This 20th century Zuni jeweler often worked with his wife Helen. Cited as active in the 1960's and 1970's, he was known to have specialized in inlay and stamped work using cows, horses and wagons.
Medium Sterling silver, natural turquoise, green sea snail, mother of pearl, abalone, black braided leather
Troy ounces 2.15 troy ounces
Size 2" height X 2 5/8" width
Date of creation 1960's
Condition Excellent
Turquoise Blue turquoise with red/brown matrix. Red orange shell on his ears and neck is abalone shell.
Design Bennett C-31 clasp serves to adjust the braided leather. Back was made from ingot, rolled into a sheet. Hand-made stamps and bezels were used.
Provenance JW, an estate from Texas WH
Gram weight 66.9 grams
Other Works by Lincoln Zunie
Covered Wagon Pin, Jewelry by Lincoln Zunie
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