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Bolos

The flat forms of bolo ties provide Indian silversmiths with a perfect medium to demonstrate their mastery of silverwork and stonecutting. Their skills created colorful dancers, intricate geometric patterns, bold stampwork creations and a multitude of other distinctive and attractive designs. Such pieces are eagerly collected and worn by proud owners, however, and are therefore rarities on the market.

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UITA--silver and turquoise bolo, c. 1950. Hallmarked UITA 21, which...
A truly unique piece by Kenneth Begay--a silver bolo, made for a...
Navajo bolo tie by Mark Chee (hallmarked), c. 1960. Lovely green...
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