This bolita (what we call a feminine bolo tie, made for the ladies) features a beautiful piece of wild horse magnesite, which is collected in the Gila National Forrest of New Mexico. It get's its name "wild horse" from the pattern in the stone's resemblance to the wild mustangs that roam in that area.
This bolo tie was crafted by Clifford Field (Frontera's stone cutter) and Lexi Graves (Frontera's silversmithing apprentice) in Durango, Colorado. It measures 1.75" tall and 1.25" wide and hangs on dark, espresso brown leather cord.
The cord is set to be the length of a bolo choker and is finished with turquoise tips. If you would prefer for it to hang on a classic lady bolo cord, let us know in the notes at checkout. See reference photos to help you make a decision.
Made in sterling silver
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