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Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE

Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE




Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE

Sterling BOLO bola string TIE. Navajo artisan crafted wearable. DESCRIPTION: Beautifully designed Navajo artisan hand crafted vintage bolo slide and black braided leather tie, sterling silver tips with bench bead ends. Traditional detailed hand stamped southwestern Eagle Feather motif. One of a kind artisan hand crafted classic southwestern piece...wearable. DESCRIPTION:。Beautifully designed Navajo artisan hand crafted vintage bolo slide and black braided leather tie, sterling silver tips with bench bead ends. Traditional detailed hand stamped southwestern 'Eagle Feather' motif. One of a kind artisan hand crafted classic southwestern piece...wearable collectible art. How cool would this be for a rustic themed barn wedding? I have cleaned this bolo tie, but not polished the silver, leaving the patina of age alone. It's a great piece that's ready to gift or to wear. This kind of vintage quality is why we love it so much...sturdy precious metal, handmade artisan craftsmanship and distinctive design. You will love this piece.。***MORE INFO BELOW DESCRIPTION.。WEIGHT:。22.4 grams。SIZE / MEASUREMENTS: 。Braided leather tie has an 18 inch drop (36 inches end to end). Slide is 1 3/4 inches x 1 1/2 inches. Tips are 1 3/4 inches long.。MARKINGS / HALLMARKS:。Stamped 'STERLING'. 。MATERIALS: 。Sterling silver, braided leather cord.。CONDITION: 。Beautiful vintage condition with only minimal indications of prior use and the light surface burnish on the metal expected in a piece of this age. Leather cord and sterling tie tips are new. I clean vintage pieces by gently washing with dish soap (vintage patina is good, vintage dirt and germs are bad…yuck!) Then I will often give a quick surface buff with a silver cleaning cloth to bring up the contrast, leaving the natural patina of age in the details to enhance the beauty. 。GIFT BOX INCLUDED, ready to give or just to enjoy!。***FREE SHIPPING INSURANCE ON INTERNATIONAL ORDERS*** :/)。***************************************************************************。An eagle feather is used to adorn the sacred pipe because it is a symbol of the Great Spirit who is above all and from whom all strength and power flows. The feather is a powerful symbol that signifies a connection between the owner, the Creator, and the bird the feathers came from. It symbolizes trust, honor, strength, wisdom, power, and freedom. 。***********************。ABOUT BOLO TIES:。The antecedent to the modern bolo tie, which is most frequently worn on a braided leather cord, is the scarf slide, which is worn on a scarf or neckerchief. The history of the bolo tie is complicated and hard to pin down. One of the problems with researching the history of the bolo tie is that they have gone by many names over the past 60 to 70 years. These names have all been used in the packaging or printed promotion of what we call bolo ties: Bolo Tie, Bola Tie, String Tie, Gaucho Tie, Mono Loop Tie, Emblem Lariat, Neck Rope, Lariat Tie, Cowboy Tie, Western Tie, Thong Tie, Western Bolo Ties, Sport Tie, and more. 。The many divergent tales about the beginning of bolo ties starts around 1947. These early pieces were silver isosceles, trapezoid or keystone-shaped, about one inch high. They are all unsigned, as was most Native American art in the 1940s. Some were stamped “sterling.” However, there is no hard documentation for any of them. Byron Hunter, Jr., a longtime trader and Heard Museum Shop Manager from 1977 to 1997, remembers, as a young man, Native craftsmen working in his father’s shop in Phoenix in the late 1940s who were making these simple bolo ties. Byron and Marybeth Hunter donated two of these to the Heard Museum for a book and exhibit. In the bolo tie book, Hunter also notes that by the early 1950s, traders and silversmiths were soldering larger decorative silver plates onto the fronts of the keystone-shaped bolos, essentially turning these early bolos into fittings for the new ones.。Printed documentation for bolo ties doesn’t start until 1953. The earliest bolo-style tie appearing in a Western wear catalog, in 1953-1954, was listed as “New… New… New… ‘String-A-Long’ Western Tie; Rayon cord available in 7 colors. Leather slide with colored jewel to match braiding, metal tips.” Western Ranchman Outfitters, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Catalog number 31, page 49. In December 1953, similarly shaped bolos with turquoise inlay, hallmarked “Slide A Tie,” were being sold by Porter’s, “The West’s Most Western Store,” and advertised in the Phoenix Arizona Republic newspaper. In 1953, William H. Meeker, working for Hickok Manufacturing Co. in Rochester, New York, applied for a patent on this same keystone-shape, one inch high bolo tie, although it was called simply “APPAREL FOR NECKWEAR” in the patent application. The patent was not granted until 1958. Advertising for these started in newspapers all across the country in mid-1954, where they were called both ‘bolA’ and ‘bolO’ ties.。Victor Cedarstaff, of Wickenburg Arizona, long considered the father of the bolo tie, filed a patent for his “SLIDE FOR A NECKTIE,” in May 1954, and it was issued in July 1959. While he was a successful self-promoter as the originator of the bola tie, and his story is found everywhere bola ties are mentioned today, one museum curator suggests that many people have laid claim to that title over the years. 。 。

Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE
Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE

Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE

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Southwestern traditional Eagle feather motif Navajo artisan crafted wearable art Barn wedding unisex. sterling BOLO bola string TIE


One of a kind artisan hand crafted classic southwestern piece,wearable,DESCRIPTION: Beautifully designed Navajo artisan hand crafted vintage bolo slide and black braided leather tie, sterling silver tips with bench bead ends, Traditional detailed hand stamped southwestern Eagle Feather motif,Best Trade in Prices,time-limited Specials,Hot sales of goods,Cheap and also a variety of options.