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20th C. Vintage Navajo Silver & Turquoise Bolo Tie
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New World, North America, US Southwest, probably Navajo, ca. mid 20th century CE. A bolo tie with a braided leather cord and a rectangular silver ornament studded with two pieces of inlaid turquoise. Two silver dangling tips hang from each end of the leather cords, each terminating with a bell-shaped ball. Bolo ties are a symbol of the US Southwest, first created around the early 1950s by Native American artists. These pieces are largely unsigned by their artists and serve as a kind of wearable folk art. Size: 14.75" L (37.5 cm) (Length of leather); size of silver ornament: 1.05" L x 1" W (2.7 cm x 2.5 cm)size of largest stone: 0.375" L x 0.45" W (1 cm x 1.1 cm).

Provenance: private Hawkins collection, Los Angeles County, California, USA

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#125609
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Wearable as shown. Tarnish on silver surfaces, otherwise intact and stylish.
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20th C. Vintage Navajo Silver & Turquoise Bolo Tie

Estimate $150 - $200
Jan 29, 2018
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Starting Price $75
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0292: 20th C. Vintage Navajo Silver & Turquoise Bolo Tie

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**First Time At Auction**

New World, North America, US Southwest, probably Navajo, ca. mid 20th century CE. A bolo tie with a braided leather cord and a rectangular silver ornament studded with two pieces of inlaid turquoise. Two silver dangling tips hang from each end of the leather cords, each terminating with a bell-shaped ball. Bolo ties are a symbol of the US Southwest, first created around the early 1950s by Native American artists. These pieces are largely unsigned by their artists and serve as a kind of wearable folk art. Size: 14.75" L (37.5 cm) (Length of leather); size of silver ornament: 1.05" L x 1" W (2.7 cm x 2.5 cm)size of largest stone: 0.375" L x 0.45" W (1 cm x 1.1 cm).

Provenance: private Hawkins collection, Los Angeles County, California, USA

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

We ship worldwide to most countries and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience.

#125609
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Wearable as shown. Tarnish on silver surfaces, otherwise intact and stylish.

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