Stanton Lance Brass and Wood Rain Cloud Bolo Tie-Indian Pueblo Store
Stanton Lance Brass and Wood Rain Cloud Bolo Tie-Indian Pueblo Store
Stanton Lance Brass and Wood Rain Cloud Bolo Tie-Indian Pueblo Store
Stanton Lance Brass and Wood Rain Cloud Bolo Tie-Indian Pueblo Store
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Stanton Lance "Rain Cloud" Bolo Tie

Item Number: 010614
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$ 90.00
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Description

This stunning bolo tie features the intricate mosaic work of Laguna Pueblo/Yaqui artist Stanton Lance who is known for using exotic woods within his inlay work.  Set in brass and featuring a "Rain Cloud" design this bolo tie is not only an iconic jewelry style of the Southwest it is also a celebration of Mother Nature's gift, rain. 

With over 30 years experience making beautiful wood inlay jewelry and boxes, Stanton  was encouraged in his youth to develop his artistic abilities, and has taken classes at the Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, as well as the Institute of American Indian Arts.

Bolo measures 2-5/8" long by 2-1/4" wide with adjustable braided leather cord. Comes with certificate of authenticity.   

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