Jake Livingston is of Navajo and Zuni heritage. He learned the art of jewelry making from the famous Zuni artist, Dennis Edaakie. He has been making jewelry since the early 1970's and was named the Indian Arts & Crafts Association’s Artist of the Year in 1988. He has won numerous 1st place ribbons at Santa Fe Indian Market among others. He is also a Veteran of the Vietnam War where he was awarded three Purple Hearts for his service.
This large bolo is an excellent representation of Jake's Navajo and Zuni heritage. It features a natural Red Web Kingman turquoise stone in a sterling silver arrowhead design, surrounded by high grade natural turquoise and coral inlay. Includes matching inlaid tips on a black leather bola cord with comfort strap.
Bolo is 3" Tall, 2 1/4" Wide. Cord is 41" long including sterling tips.