Vintage Zuni Knifewing Bolo, Attributed To Horace Iule

Vintage Zuni Knifewing Bolo, Attributed To Horace Iule


Maker: Unsigned. Attributed to Horace Iule (1899-1978, Zuni). Iule was one of the first Zuni silversmiths to use the Knifewing figure in jewelry.  His work is highly sought after. 

Approx Age: Vintage, circa 1950s. 

Size:  Overall width of the slide is about 1 5/8" W x 1 3/4" L (widest points). It's on a 38" braided leather cord with sterling tips. Weighs 26.3 g. (With most the cord off the scale).

Additional Info: A wonderful sterling silver (tested) Knifewing with inlayed with turquoise, coral and onyx. Nice sterling silver tips.

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