Sammie Kescoli Begay Rare Number Eight Spiderweb Turquoise Ingot Bolo Tie
Sammie Kescoli Begay RARE High Grade Number Eight Spiderweb Turquoise Ingot Bolo Tie | eBay This spectacular one of a kind bolo tie was created by award winning Navajo artist, Sammie Kescoli Begay. The piece is set with an awe inspiring specimen of rare high grade natural Number Eight spiderweb turquoise from Nevada. The flawless cabochon is from a now depleted mine and features an eye-catching hue of light sky blue with very tight tan and chocolate-brown webbing. $895
Kee Yazzie Rare High Grade Turquoise Mountain Spiderweb Petroglyph Bolo Tie
Kee Yazzie RARE High Grade Turquoise Mountain Spiderweb Petroglyph Bolo Tie | eBay Navajo master jeweler Kee Yazzie has created this beautiful bolo tie by overlaying dozens of intricate petroglyph symbols onto a heavy gauge sterling silver back. The petroglyphs were found by Kee exploring the surroundings on the Navajo homeland. The symbols of the piece include hands for healing, bears for protection and guidance, water, tadpoles and arrowheads.
Details about Rare Gem Grade Godber Turquoise Ingot Bolo Tie
Rare Gem Grade Godber Turquoise Ingot Bolo Tie Exceptional circa 1940 ingot bolo tie set with thirty one artist cut rare gem grade Godber Burnham turquoise cabochons. The stones are a gorgeous deep blue with dark chocolate brown matrix. The piece also portrays unique and very traditional silver work. The item features custom drum tips, a hand twisted wire border around the center stones, and sterling silver droplets in between each of the outer stones with intricate stamp work. Bolo Size: 3…
Michael Perry Rare Gem Grade Bisbee Turquoise and Mediterranean Coral Bolo Tie #MichaelPerry Navajo jeweler Michael Perry continues his legacy of fine hand made jewelry with this masterpiece bolo tie. The three gems exhibited in the center of the piece are from the famed Bisbee mine in Arizona. Highly prized as one of the most collectible forms of turquoise the large natural stones are Bisbee blue with purple and reddish-brown matrix.
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Alfred Joe RARE Gem Grade Mediterranean Angel Skin Coral Bolo Tie | eBay Navajo jeweler Alfred Joe has created this marvelous executive bolo tie by selecting a rare gem grade natural angel skin Mediterranean coral of the finest quality to place in a shadowbox design. The shadowbox exhibits an incredibly intricate feather design that is covered with granulated sterling silver to create texture and is deeply oxidized. The lips of the piece are smooth sterling silver.
Watson Honanie Rare Gem Grade Lander Blue Spiderweb Turquoise Bolo Tie
Watson Honanie RARE Gem Grade Lander Blue Spiderweb Turquoise Bolo Tie | eBay Hand made by one of the most famous and talented silver and goldsmiths in Indian Country, this magnificent bolo tie is the work of award winning Hopi artist, Watson Honanie. The piece features turquoise from the famous and now depleted Lander Blue mine in Nevada. Highly prized as the most valuable turquoise in the world the cabochon is an exquisite deep blue with tight dark chocolate-brown spiderweb matrix. $9500
Vintage Zuni Needlepoint Bolo Tie
Vintage Zuni Needlepoint Bolo Tie #Zuni This marvelous needlepoint bolo was made in Zuni pueblo in the 1970 to 1980 era. Labor intensive and made with precision, bolo ties of this design are seldom made today. Each tiny natural turquoise cabochon is cut and set, most likely from the Sleeping Beauty mine in southern Arizona. Perfectly braided wire and hand made droplets are used as borders to the stone. The tie is a perfect fashion statement or a fine addition to a collection.