These quality bolo ties are priced $199 each. Call or text prior to purchase and let us know your preference.
The Drifter acquired these for himself about ten years ago from one of the old trading posts near the Navajo rez--mostly because they are both quite superior to the thin-gauge, flimsy tourist-quality bolo ties that are a dime a dozen. But nowadays when he wears a bolo, he seems to always grab his original Tommy Singer, so we're gonna sell 'em. Both are modest-sized, nice ties and are at least a few decades old, but certainly not from the 60's-or prior—thus not real "vintage." They both are made with thicker-gauge Sterling, and both of the lanyards are made from real leather—not look-alike vinyl. And, they both have higher-end turquoise stones. The one on the left has Royston turquoise; the one on the right has either Turquoise Mountain or water-web Kingman (probably the former). The left bolo is 1.5-inches long and 1 and 1/8th-inches across at the widest point. It has a very thick baseplate. Total weight is 34.4-grams, or 1.21-ounces. If it is hallmarked, it is under the mechanism that holds the lanyard. From tip-to-tip it is 38-inches. The blue one on the right is 1.75-inches long and one-inch wide. Total weight is 36.3-grams, or 1.25-ounces. From tip-to-tip it is 40-inches long. It also has a thick base plate and no hallmark is visible. Both of these were previously owned by Dine'—very likely the maker(s)—thus no hallmark was necessary (hallmarks are marketing tools to facilitate sales to the Bilagaana). Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.