Vintage Native American Navajo Made Bolo with Turquoise


1970s Native American Navajo Made Bolo with Turquoise by Thomas Singer

This classic, large Sterling silver and natural Kingman turquoise bolo was made in the 1970s by master silversmith Thomas Singer. This was owned by Thomas Snyder, who had a trading post where he and Thomas Singer became good friends. He was one of the most innovative and influential Native American artists of his time. The Sterling silver centerpiece is 3.75 inches long x 3 inches wide and hangs on a brown braided cord with hook and eye and dangles that is 44 inches long complete. The bolo tie is finished with handcrafted Sterling silver tips with classic Singer designs and squash blossom dangles. A spectacular piece of wearable art.


approx 44 in. long


Thomas Singer--6259

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