- Museum number
Bolo tie of silver, coral and plaited leather strap. The central piece of an oval shape is set with large oval red coral. This central piece is solid and ornate framing the stone with regular stampwork. It is also domed. The plaited leather on which is is fixed ends in ties of tapered shape, also stamped, and there is an intermediate cylindrical bead also stamped.
- Production date
- 1998 (October)
Length: 7 centimetres (of central disc)
Length: 55 centimetres (of whole tie)
Width: 6.50 centimetres (of central disc)
- Curator's comments
- The bolo tie was made by Tsosie Taylor (Navajo), although the makers mark credits two jewellers Tsosie and Mary Taylor.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Bought in the jeweller Tsosie Taylor's home in Flagstaff.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number