Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide
Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide

Vintage Native American Zuni Turquoise, Onyx and Silver Cufflinks and Bolo Slide

Ref: T-30-0207

The Zuni set of cufflinks and a bolo tie  slide is decorated with silver channel inlay with mixed stones of turquoise, onyx and mother-of-pearl. The eagle is holding a snake in its claws. The cuff links are marked with a Patent number 2920363. This patent number belongs to jewelry designer Harvey Avedon (New York, NY, 1908-2005). No maker's mark.

The Zuni people are well known for their intricate inlaid stonework jewelry either stone-to-stone or separated by silver channels.

Bolo Weight: 0.46 troy oz., Cufflinks: 0.55 troy oz.
c. 1956
W 1.75 H 1.75 in.
Cufflinks: W 1.25 H 1.5 in.
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