Bolo tie from famous Navajo artist Thomas Singer. It was purchased around 10 years ago at Bryans Gallery in Taos, New Mexico. The design, rather abstract, expresses the edges of a wolf's ears, or the wings of a bat, or the tips of flower petals. There are two eye-like sections within the shape, and the turquoise is interestingly asymmetric to the entire piece, both nodules being placed in the lower left corner. There are the signature silver bullets of this Navajo silversmith, Mr. Tommy Singer, and his name is minted on the back of the piece. The ends of the bolo tie are also in silver, in sleek drumsticks. 2.25 X 3 inches in length, stamp on the back. Domestic: Flat-rate of $32.00 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Location: This item ships from France
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