Native American bolo ties are a beautiful accessory worn by both men and women in the Southwestern United States and beyond. The bolo tie has been a wardrobe staple for ranchers and cowboys since 1948, when it was created by Victor Cedarstaff. In the 1970s, the Navajo and Zuni turned the bolo tie into a canvas to experiment with their silver artwork. The Navajo added a plethora of colorful gemstones, including coral, turquoise, malachite, lapis and jet, while Zuni bolo ties typically included ceremonial figural designs in their inlay. Today, these beautiful bolo ties are collected, worn and cherished worldwide.

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Southwest Silver Gallery is honored to have a selection of beautiful and unique bolo ties in our collection. We offer Navajo and Zuni bolo ties, handcrafted by award-winning Southwest artists. Whether you're searching for turquoise bolo ties, those with coral, mother of pearl or other bright and beautiful stones, you'll find exactly what you need right here. You can be certain that each one of our bolo ties is authentic, and many are actually signed by the artist themselves!

Native American bolo ties are ideal for anyone who is interested in this fascinating culture. Whether you have Native American roots, can't get enough of Southwestern fashion or simply enjoy learning as much as you can about history, these bolo ties are a must-have accessory. Neckties are nice, but they simply don't offer the same level of style as a bolo tie. Not only do they look great, they also serve as an outstanding conversation piece. This is your chance to accessorize a unique look that offers more than surface level style. Take advantage of this opportunity to wear a distinctive accessory that speaks for itself.

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You can certainly find Native American bolo ties for sale on a number of websites, but the challenge is finding one that is truly authentic. When you shop Southwest Silver Gallery, you can be certain you're getting a bolo tie that was handcrafted by a skilled Southwest artist. Our family-owned business has deep ties with the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Santo Domingo Indian tribes. We only sell jewelry of the highest quality that is truly worth your investment. It's beyond frustrating to think you're purchasing something that's authentic, only to quickly realize it wasn't at all what you expected. You can be certain you'll never have this experience with Southwest Silver Gallery.

Have questions about our bolo ties? Feel free to give us a call at 1-888-476-4367 or send us a message. Our team is happy to answer all of your inquires, to ensure you make an informed purchase decision. Purchase your bolo tie today to add a unique element to your wardrobe. This beautiful accessory serves the same function as a necktie, but offers a level of style that simply can't be matched. Shop Southwest Silver Gallery to find bestselling bolo ties handcrafted for you by talented Southwest artists.