This hand-made bolo tie has tested to be made of sterling silver, as have its tips, and it is strung on a new leather cord. On the back, it's marked with an underlined W. I haven't been able to identify this stamp, but it was made in a Navajo style, and the Bennett Pat. Pend. on the clasp dates it to being made in the 1970's. It was constructed using the overlay method, then the central areas, which show a mountain sheep and an abstract symbol, were textured and oxidized. This piece is in very good condition, with no damage or problems with any of its parts.
The centerpiece of this bolo measures just about 1 1/2 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches at its widest point, and the leather is 36 inches long, not including the tips, which are each 1 3/4 inches long. This unique and unusual tie would make a welcome addition to the collection of many a bolo lover, whether they are a man or a woman.
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