Navajo bolo tie with large White Buffalo stone, by Augustine Largo. #2145

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This bolo is straight out of the Drifter's personal collection.  It's a dandy.  Unlike the cheap tourist bolos with fake leather and paper-thin silver (or nickel!), this trophy has real leather and thick-gauge Sterling silver.  It weighs a respectable 68-grams, or 2.4-ounces.  And those fancy Sterling tips are pristine—not dinged or the ends bent.  And then there's the beautiful, rounded chunk of real white buffalo (not one of the cheaper look-alikes), set in this bolo about 10 or 12 years ago when a large, pristine White Buffalo stone like this cost much less than it does today.  The bolo has been stored hanging on a hanger in the closet to keep the leather straight.  This specially-chosen, extra long lanyard, combined with the 2.25-inch Sterling tips, results in an end-to-end length of 50-inches.  It will hang about 23-or-so inches down from the back of the neck.  Don't you just hate those gimpy too-short bolo ties?  The bolo itself is 2 and 7/8th's-inches long and 2.25-inches across in the middle.  Hallmarked "AL" on the back.  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.