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Sterling Silver & Northern Quahog Wampum Cherokee Oval Bolo tie by General Grant Sterling Silver & Quahog Wampum Cherokee Oval Bolo Tie

We LOVE Bolo Ties!  This one was made of Sterling Silver & Northern Quahog Wampum by Cherokee silversmith General Grant. The Quahog clam is only found on the Northeastern coast of the United States.  Native American jewelers have been using the shell for years.  This bolo has a gross weight of 36.3 grams (including the cord).  It's a total of 38 inches long, so it's made for slimmer necks.  The cord is 4mm in diameter, and the setting is 1⅞ inches by 1¼ inches.

Our Price: $349.00
Sterling Silver & Northern Quahog Wampum Cherokee Round Bolo Tie by General Grant Sterling Silver & Quahog Wampum Cherokee Round Bolo Tie by General Grant

Here's another bolo tie from Cherokee silversmith General Grant.  Made of Sterling Silver & Northern Quahog Wampum.  The quahog clam is only found on the Northeastern coast of the United States.  Native American artists have been utilizing the shell for years.  This one has a gross weight of 41½ grams (including the cord).  It measures a total of 38 inches long, so it's for slimmer necks.  The stone is  1¼  inches in diameter.

Our Price: $349.00
Sterling Silver & Turquoise Navajo Bolo Tie by Eddie Secatero Sterling Silver & Turquoise Navajo Bolo Tie by Eddie Secatero

This bolo is a handsome piece.  Made of Sterling Silver and Turquoise by Navajo silversmith Eddie Secatero.  His work is second to none.  One look at the detailed engraving surrounding the turquoise slab, and you'll come to know why we love his work so much.  This bolo measures a total of 40 inches long.  It has a gross weight of 104.3 grams.  The slab is roughly 2⅜ inches by 3 inches.

Our Price: $825.00