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Bobby Concho, Zuni
Sterling Silver and Turquoise Masonic Bolo
HK Item #BOL65

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Authentic Native American sterling silver and turquoise Masonic bolo tie by Zuni Bobby Concho

Size
2" x 2"
38" long cord including tips;
2" long tips
Materials
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
turquoise, jet, Read about stones
Hallmarks
inscribed: Bobby Concho ZUNI
Artist
Bobby Concho, Zuni
Condition
New

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Sterling Silver and Turquoise Masonic Bolo

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Authentic Native American sterling silver and turquoise Masonic bolo tie by Zuni Bobby Concho

Authentic Native American sterling silver and turquoise Masonic bolo tie by Zuni Bobby Concho

2 inch long sterling silver tips.

The Freemason Symbol

The Square and Compass, joined together and each leg of the compass and square pointing in different directions is the single most universally identifiable symbol of Freemasonry.

The Square is an emblem of virtue in which we must "square our actions by the square of virtue with all mankind".

The Compasses exemplify our wisdom of conduct, the strength to "circumscribe our desires and keep our passions within due bounds".

When these 2 Masonic tools are placed together with God (the Creator) as the central focal point, peace and harmony is the result.

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.

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