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About Native American Artist Tom Bahe:

Navajo Silversmith Tom Bahe was born Dec. 10, 1924 in Pine Springs, Ariz and died April 25, 2006 in Fort Defiance. He was born into the Edge Water People Clan for the One Who Walks Around People Clan.

He attended Fort Wingate Technical School, and acquired skills for silversmithing. He worked as a silversmith for traders in Tucson, Phoenix and Scottsdale for over 60 years. He was involved in the office of Navajo Economic Opportunity (ONEO) and Community Action Committee(CAC). He enjoyed traditional stories, herding sheep, helping with traditional ceremonies.

Tom Bahe was famous for his overlay silverwork in particular. He made fine works of art with intricate overlay work that were sold in fine Southwestern and Native American Galleries across the Southwest. He was also known to use fine American Turquoise in his work, such as Morenci, Kingman, Bisbee, and Stormy Mountain.

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