Native American Bolo Ties For Sale

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  • Turquoise Jewelry - Bisbee Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Leonard Nez $1,495-New

    Bisbee Turquoise Bolo Tie by Leonard Nez

    $1,495
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  • Blue Gem Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Leonard Nez $1,295-New

    Blue Gem Turquoise Bolo Tie

    $1,295
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  • SOLD Native American Jewelry - Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Geneva Ramone $185-

    Bolo Tie of Sterling Silver by Geneva Ramone

    $185
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  • Bisbee Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American jewelry artist, Leonard Nez (Navajo) $1,495-New

    Bolo Tie with Bisbee Turquoise – Leonard Nez

    $1,495
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  • SOLD Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American jewelry artists, Artie Yellowhorse & Henry Chackee $2,300-

    Bolo Tie with Kingman Turquoise by Artie Yellowhorse

    $2,300
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  • Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Will Denetdale $395-

    Bolo Tie with Royston Turquoise set in Sterling Silver

    $395
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  • Native American Jewelry - Damele Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Leonard Nez $1,095-

    Damele Bolo Tie by Leonard Nez

    $1,095
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  • SOLD Colorful Inlay Bolo Tie by Native American jewelry artist, Jimmy Poyer $375-

    Inlay Bolo Tie by Jimmy Poyer

    $375
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  • SOLD Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American jewelry artist, Jeanette Dale $440-

    Jeanette Dale Turquoise Bolo Tie

    $440
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  • Native American Jewelry - Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Charlie John $795-

    Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie

    $795
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  • Turquoise Bolo Tie - Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Ernest R. Begay $995-

    Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Ernest R. Begay

    $995
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  • Large Turquoise Bolo Tie - Kingman Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Leonard Nez $2,850-

    LARGE Bolo Tie with Kingman Turquoise by Leonard Nez

    $2,850
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  • SOLD Multi-Stone Inlay Bolo Tie with Turquoise by Native American jewelry artist, Charles Willie $580-

    Multi-Stone Inlay Bolo Tie with Turquoise

    $580
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  • Turquoise Bolo - Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Jerome Delgarito $595-New

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie

    $595
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  • IMPRESSIVE Bolo Tie - LARGE Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American jewelry artist, Leonard Nez $3,900-

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie – GIANT Bolo!

    $3,900
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  • Turquoise Bolo - Large Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist, Allison Lee $3,600-

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Allison Lee

    $3,600
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  • Native American Jewelry - Sandcast Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Harrison Bitsui $385-

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Harrison Bitsui – Sandcast

    $385
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  • Native American Jewelry - Large Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo Indian jeweler, Will Denetdale $750-New

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Will Denetdale

    $750
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  • Native American Bolo Tie - Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Navajo jeweler, Will Denetdale $445-

    Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Will Denetdale (Navajo)

    $445
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  • Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Native American Navajo Indian jewelry artist, Geneva Ramone $185-

    Stamped Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Geneva Ramone

    $185
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  • Native American Bolo Tie - Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Navajo jewelry artist, Nelson Begay $1,450-

    Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Nelson Begay

    $1,450
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  • Thomas Curtis Sterling Silver Bolo Tie - Bolo Tie by Navajo jewelry artist, Tom Curtis $2,195-

    Sterling Silver Bolo Tie by Thomas Curtis

    $2,195
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  • Blue Royston Turquoise Bolo Tie by Native American Indian jewelry artist, Will Denetdale $445-

    Turquoise Bolo Tie by Will Denetdale

    $445
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BOLO TIES

— Nothing says “Western” like an authentic hand-crafted BOLO TIE!! Turquoise jewelry and Native American Indian Bolo Ties are in style and in demand. Equally appropriate for men’s or women’s wear; dress, casual, or even formal wear; a beautifully hand-crafted sterling silver bolo tie or turquoise bolo tie can be a classy and eye-catching compliment to any attire. We carry a VERY nice selection of high-quality turquoise bolo ties, sterling silver bolo ties, and inlay bolo ties for sale; hand-made by exceptional and award-winning Native American Indian jewelry artists & silversmiths.

BOLO TIE HISTORY & ORIGIN:

Sliding bolos on ties and tips of silver have been part of Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Puebloan silversmithing and jewelry traditions since the mid-1900’s. The bolo tie, or bola tie, as it is sometimes interchangeably known, has several credible possible origins. Some sources credit Victor E. Cedarstaff, an Arizona silversmith, with inventing bolo ties in the 1940’s. As the story goes, Mr. Cedarstaff was riding his horse when his hat fell off. Afraid he would lose his nice silver-trimmed hatband, he decided to wear this hatband around his neck. After a friend joked about his ‘nice new tie’, an idea was born, and he soon created the first bolo tie. — Also, Dentist and metallurgist, Dr. William E. Mangelsdorf, of Kingman, Arizona, claimed to have been the inventor of bolo ties in the late 1940s, and even later patented his slide design. — Still others claim, and some old-timers reportedly recollect, that Native American Indian men wearing bandanas around their necks, with conchos as fasteners, was the beginning of bolo ties in the 1930’s. — Who knows?!? They are ALL interesting stories…
The bolo tie was made the ‘official neckwear’ of the State of Arizona in 1971. New Mexico passed a non-binding measure to designate the bolo tie as the state’s official neckwear in 1987. Then, in 2007, New Mexico’s Governor signed into law that the bolo tie IS the state’s official tie. Also in 2007, the bolo tie was named the official tie of Texas.