This bolo tie is marked Dave & Celia Nieto, Zuni, for the husband and wife team who made it. Dave does the silversmithing, while his wife Celia does the lapidary work on the stones. It most likely dates to the 1970's, and this piece features eight cabochons of blue turquoise and seven of red coral in a hand-stamped setting decorated with silver balls. Each of the two silver tips features three cabochons of turquoise and three of coral, and they are decorated in the same manner as the centerpiece of the bolo. This tie is in very good condition, with no damage or problems with any of its parts.
The centerpiece of this authentic bolo measures 2 1/2 inches tall by 1 1/2 inches at its widest point, and its new leather cord is 36 inches long, not including the sterling tips, which are each 3 1/2 inches long This well-made tie is a classic of its type which can be worn for many years to come, and many bolo lovers would be proud and happy to add it to their collection.
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