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Vintage Sterling Silver
Onyx Concho Bolo Tie
HK Item #BOL48

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Authentic Vintage Navajo Onyx bolo tie

Size
1 7/8" diameter
Weight
25 grams
Materials
Sterling Silver, Read about silver;
Onyx ; Read about stones
Bennett-style clasp
Hallmark
A L
Artist
unknown
Condition
Vintage, Pre-owned, stone intact with no cracks or chips, see photos for patina

Authentic Vintage Navajo onyx bolo tie

Authentic Vintage Navajo onyx bolo tie

Comes with a new braided black leather cord with sterling silver tips.

Vintage Sterling Silver
Onyx Concho Bolo Tie

#BOL48 - $250

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Paula says: "This vintage concho bolo has beautiful traditional stamping and an onyx stone set in a serrated bezel. Comes with new black leather cord with sterling silver tips."

"Are you wondering why this item is not described as Native American? You can find the answer by clicking here."

Authentic Vintage Navajo Onyx bolo tie

Authentic Vintage Navajo onyx bolo tie

Bennett-style clasp.

Horsekeeping LLC - Definitions of Jewelry Age and Condition
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Patina
A dark or colored film of oxidation that forms naturally on metal by exposure to air and other elements. It is often valued for its aesthetically pleasing appearance. All items in our Vintage Shop have some patina, even NOS.
Vintage
30 years or older.
NOS
New Old Stock. Made at least 20 years ago but never used.
Pre-owned
An item that has been used.

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What is a Bolo Tie?

Native American Jewelry Blog tips and iinformationA bolo tie, also called a “shoestring necklace” or simply a bola, can be thought of as a Western necktie. A bolo tie can range from an inexpensive “string tie” to an elaborate sterling silver and leather affair. Maybe your younger brother had one of those string ties that he wore with his cowboy hat and cap guns ??!!

A bolo has three parts:

  • The cord that goes around the neck is called the lariat. It is traditionally braided from leather, and most commonly black leather. The lariat can also be made from woven cord, thus the term “string tie”.

  • The ends of the lariat are finished off with tips. The tips can be made of sterling silver, copper or other metals. They can be machine made tips or hand made tips.

  • And finally we get to the Pièce de résistance which means the focal point, the best part or feature, the artistic creation for which the other portions exist ! The slide. The slide is a decorative feature that, as its name indicates, slides up and down on the lariat. The slide can be worn up at the neck in the same position as a necktie knot (formal) or down lower for a more casual effect. Slides can vary as widely as the artist’s imagination and can utilize many materials.
NOTE: Items in our Vintage Shop are either USED or NEW. They might come from inheritances, estate sales, private collections, and store liquidations. Many items are brand new (NOS, New Old Stock) and in perfect condition while others may show tarnish, scratches and other signs of use. Major issues will be described in detail and shown in photos. Vintage Shop items are sold as described and are not returnable.
Why isn't this item called Native American?

The US Department of the Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 and its recent Amendments require that items described as Native American or Indian be made by an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe. Furthermore, government regulations suggest that all attributions include the Native American Indian's name, tribe and federal tribal enrollment number. Because it is impossible to identify the artist for many vintage items, even if they are authentic Indian made items, we cannot and will not use the words Native American or Indian in association with such pieces.

Read about authenticity of Native American Indian jewelry.

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