This Native American bolo tie is marked with the T and crescent moon stamp of Tommy Singer, the well-known Navajo silversmith, as well as with a partial Sterling stamp. This tie is set with a cube-shaped cabochon of blue-green turquoise, as well as being decorated with hand-stamping and overlaid designs. This silver tie was probably made in about the 1980's, and it's in very good condition, with no damage, intact leather, and a slight patina from age.
The centerpiece of this bolo tie measures 1 7/8 inches across, which along with its design makes it suitable to be worn by either men or women. The leather cord is 36 inches long, not including the sterling silver tips, which are each 2 1/4 inches long. This classic and authentic Native American piece would make a great addition to the collection of any bolo tie lover!
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