Vintage 1950s Antelope Kachina Sterling Silver Bolo Tie with inlaid, Turquoise, Jet, MOP and Coral
This vintage bolo tie is from the 1950s and features the Hopi Antelope Kachina design which is built on sterling silver with inlaid tiny pieces of Turquoise, Jet, Mother Of Pearl and Coral. It has the old style way of making the bolo lanyards stay in position before they made the production Bennet clips in the late 1950s. Its unsigned but beautiful work and is displayed on a genuine 1940s Pendleton Two Pocket Camp Shirt which is also available. These are not common as bolo ties which makes them a more difficult piece to come by. The Antelope Kachina signifies Increasing Numbers and Bringing Rain. We need more rain!
Size 2-5/8ths tall by 1-3/8ths wide
We do not clean or polish our Native American Jewelry so that it shows the natural age and patina of the artistry through time. If you like the shinny polished look you could have it polished and cleaned or buff it up with a polishing cloth to your desired luster.
Ships Priority Mail insured in the USA $15
Ships Priority Mail insured international $48