Native American Navajo Man in the Maze Sterling Silver Bolo Tie with Black Leather Cord 37 3/4

$115.00

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Description

This round, satin finished, sterling silver bolo tie is Hopi inspired, however, the artist Rosco Scott is a Navajo Native American artist. Mr Scott is known for his overlay work which is impeccable. The black leather lariat (cord) is hand-braided and includes decorative handcrafted sterling silver tips on each end. The bolo tie has a satin finish and tips are polished to a mirror like finish. The back of the bolo has a clip style system that keeps the cording secure.

Sterling Silver
Bolo tie Diameter is 1 1/8″
Black Leather Hand Braided cording is 37 3/4″ including the 1 3/4″ sterling silver tips
Tips have a 4mm bead
Total weight of the bolo, leather cording and the tips is 18 grams
Artist: Rosco, Rosco Scott, Navajo Native American artist
BRAND NEW
MADE IN THE USA
FREE SHIPPING IN THE UNITED STATES

Legend of Man in the Maze
The Man-in-the-Maze is a common symbol that represents life’s cycles, struggles, battles and problems that man will encounter in his life time. If man makes the correct choices it will lead him to a point of harmony. In the middle of the maze it is believed that man will find his dreams and goals. Legend states that when we reach the center, the sun god is there to greet us, bless us and pass us into the next world.

 

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