Black Obsidian Carved Fish Sterling bolo tie bolo 141

Black Obsidian Carved Fish Sterling bolo tie bolo 141

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$198.00

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Overview

Materials

black leather, braided leather cord, sterling silver tips, black obsidian carving, black carved obsidian, obsidian fish carving, carved obsidian fish, sterling silver plate, sterling silver bezel, scalloped bezel wire, sterling scalloped bezel, stainless bolo slide, twisted leather cord

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Handmade item

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From Laramie, WY
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Description

There is nothing more striking than the color black on polished silver. This bolo tie is made from a piece of solid black Obsidian carving. Obsidian can be found in Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Australia, Canada, Chile, Georgia, Greece, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Scotland, Turkey and the United States. Looking closely at the carving you can see two fish circling around the petals of a flower. The faces of the fishes are polished with the rest of the carving being left in a matt finish. The obsidian stone cabochon is beveled slightly inward to accommodate the scalloped bezel flat wire which holds the cabochon tightly to the 24 gauge solid sterling backing plate. The black leather cord is adjusted by a one piece spring slide that adjusts easily and holds tight. The center piece is 2 and 1/8 inches long and 1 and 1/2 inches wide. The black leather cord is 36 inches long and the bolo tips are sterling silver 1 and 1/2 inches long. Bolos look great whether pulled tight around the collar for a dressed up look or loose around the neck for a more relaxed time out. This bolo would look great on a male or female. Passed down from generation to generation this will last many years.
There is nothing more striking than the color black on polished silver. This bolo tie is made from a piece of solid black Obsidian carving. Obsidian can be found in Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Australia, Canada, Chile, Georgia, Greece, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Scotland, Turkey and the United States. Looking closely at the carving you can see two fish circling around the petals of a flower. The faces of the fishes are polished with the rest of the carving being left in a matt finish. The obsidian stone cabochon is beveled slightly inward to accommodate the scalloped bezel flat wire which holds the cabochon tightly to the 24 gauge solid sterling backing plate. The black leather cord is adjusted by a one piece spring slide that adjusts easily and holds tight. The center piece is 2 and 1/8 inches long and 1 and 1/2 inches wide. The black leather cord is 36 inches long and the bolo tips are sterling silver 1 and 1/2 inches long. Bolos look great whether pulled tight around the collar for a dressed up look or loose around the neck for a more relaxed time out. This bolo would look great on a male or female. Passed down from generation to generation this will last many years.

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