Edward Beyuka became very well known for his intricate, inlaid Kachina dancer bolos. He began working in 1956, working alongside his then wife, Madeline, who did the inlay while Eddie did the silverwork. After they divorced, Eddie began doing the inlay work as well. His sons Jonathan and Filbert follow in his footsteps today and do very similar work. Eddie passed away in 2002.
This Roadrunner bolo is inlaid with lovely blue turquoise and includes matching tips. It is stamped EAB and Zuni. It can also be worn as a brooch.
Size: Bolo is 1 7/8" Tall, 2 7/8" Wide. Includes 45" leather cord with matching tips.