This handsome bolo tie is marked Allison Sterling Navajo, and it was probably made during the 1980's or early 1990's. Allison "Snowhawk" Lee is a Navajo silversmith who has won many awards for his meticulous work, including the George W. West award 3 years in a row at the Santa Fe Indian Market, and a Best in Division award there in 1992. This piece features a small oval cabochon of dark blue lapis lazuli which is set into a perfectly hand-stamped rayed setting, and it also has modern-style hand made sterling tips. This tie is in very good to excellent condition, with no damage or problems with any of its parts.
The centerpiece of this classic and authentic bolo measures almost 2 inches tall by 1 1/2 inches at its widest point, and its new leather cord is 36 inches long, not including the silver tips, which are each 2 inches long This top-quality bolo tie is a classic of its type which can be worn and enjoyed for many years to come, and many bolo lovers would be happy and proud to add it to their collection as a unique and treasured piece.
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