Title : Biidaanakwad (Hither Flying Cloud)
Type : Hopi-style bolo tie with black braided leather cord provided with conical tips
Materials : sterling silver (slide, tips), 18K yellow gold (stone setting), handcut natural Kingman turquoise
Sizes : approx. 1.299 x 3.267 inch (ca. 33 x 83 mm) slide; 0.157 inch (4 mm) diamater cord, 18.5 inch (47 cm) long.
Price : 875.00 USD*/1,117.00 CAD*/800 EUR**
Item number : JEWELRY-5-4
*Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded. Price depends on current Euro-dollar exchange rates.
**Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included.
Please note that persons who hold a Canadian First Nations status card and live and work on their reserve are generally tax exempt .
This elegantly designed bolo tie, handcrafted by Zhaawano Giizhik, has an abstract, stylized design that's inspired by the Hopituh Sinom , or Hopi People , from northeastern Arizona and their beautiful ceremonial songs. The title of the bolo tie, biidaanakwad, is a word from Anishinaabemowin (the Ojibwe language) meaning "Hither Flying Cloud," - literally: "A Cloud Approaches." Both title and design reflect the connection that Native Peoples know exists between the plant world and Grandfather Thunder.POLI TIWA TAWI (BUTTERFLY-DANCE SONG) "Now for corn-blooms we wrestle,Now for bean-blooms we wrestle.We are youths, amid the corn,Chasing each other in sport,Playing with butterfly-maidens.This way, this way!Thunder will move this way,We shall summon the thunder here,That the maiden-plantsUpward may help one another to grow."