Haida Eagle Bolo Tie

United States
  • Haida Eagle Bolo Tie
  • Haida Eagle Bolo Tie
$220.00
Item No. N1001
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This bolo tie is a classic presentation of the Haida Eagle, designed by Barry Herem. The slide is sterling silver with nickel attachment. The bolo tie cord is our own production, hand braided from four strands of kangaroo hide with a flat neck section for comfort and sterling silver tips. The overall length, from end knot to end knot, not including silver tips, is about 38 inches.

Do you live outside the US? Due to strict US export regulations, we are only able to ship kangaroo leather products outside the US by adhering to the US Fish and Wildlife Service export inspection procedures.

This bolo tie is a classic presentation of the Haida Eagle, designed by Barry Herem. The slide is sterling silver with nickel attachment. The bolo tie cord is our own production, hand braided from four strands of kangaroo hide with a flat neck section for comfort and sterling silver tips. The overall length, from end knot to end knot, not including silver tips, is about 38 inches.

Do you live outside the US? Due to strict US export regulations, we are only able to ship kangaroo leather products outside the US by adhering to the US Fish and Wildlife Service export inspection procedures.

  • Eagle
    The Eagle is one of the most powerful and important symbols in Pacific Northwest Indian art and life. Eagle down, a symbol of peace and friendship, was sprinkled before guests in welcome dances and on other ceremonial occasions; eagle feathers were used in many rituals and worn on masks, headdresses and dance aprons.
  • Barry Herem

    Barry Herem is a Seattle artist who has worked in the Northwest Coast Indian style for many years. He has written about the subject as a reviewer, and as an unofficial ethnographer and archaeologist who has done field work collecting and publishing data about the precontact Tlingit and Haida of Southeast Alaska.

    Barry's work is symbolic, animistic, and organic, and has been shown in nearly every major American city and many foreign ones. Barry's taut and harmonious work owes much to the essential forms of Northwest Coast native art, which he has renewed and extended in what he calls "equal parts of invention and assimilation."

    He has created artworks in wood, steel, bronze, fabric, aluminum plate, glass and serigraphic print form. He has created several large sculptures, including two 30-foot aluminum plate whale sculptures for the Portland, Oregon International Airport and a large acrylic sculpture for the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) airport. He has created more than 40 limited-edition serigraphs, plus 5" x 7" art cards based on them.

    For more information on Barry Herem and his art, please visit www.barryherem.com

  • Metal Arts Group
    The Haida Eagle bolo tie slide is manufactured by Metal Arts Group. Metal Arts Group offers a unique selection of artist-designed jewelry, many representing the rich culture of the Indians of the Pacific Northwest, proudly handcrafted in the USA with royalties paid to the artist.

    Metal Arts Group's story began in 1895, when one man's ambition to leave a lasting impression on the American jewelry industry became a reality. Soon after striking gold in the fields of the Great Klondike in Alaska, Joseph Mayer built Joseph Mayer & Bros. Inc. in Seattle, Washington. The company began by producing souvenir spoons, flatware, and wholesale jewelry then grew to become one of the largest jewelry manufacturing companies in the United States. Known today as Metal Arts Group, their passion for manufacturing quality jewelry follows that of Mayer all those years ago.

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