Rosalie and Augustine Pinto

Husband-and-wife Rosalie and Augustine Pinto worked together, signing their work with A.R.P. They specialized in raised mosaic inlay jewelry bearing images of kachinas and mudheads. Their daughter, Bevery Etsate, has perpetuated their style and imagery in her own work.

Bolo
Rosalie and Augustine Pinto (Zuni)
Silver, mother-of-pearl, jet, coral, turquoise, leather
no date
2.5 in x 3.8 in.; 19.625 in. long
KMA 89.016.952
 
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