This bolita (what we call a feminine bolo tie, made for the ladies) features a beautiful piece of wild horse magnesite that is set into a shadowbox featuring little trees and starry nights. The gem, mined in the Gila Wilderness, was cut by Frontera's lapidary artist (Clifford Field), and was then set into the metal by Chayse Field in Durango, Colorado.
The bolo tie hangs on a medium brown bolo choker cord but can be set on a normal bolo length cord if you prefer. Let us know your preference in the notes at checkout. See reference photos to help you make a decision.
Handcrafted in sterling silver | Ready to ship
Wild Horse Magnesite is a magnetite collected in the Gila Mountains of New Mexico and Arizona. It gets its name from the similarities of color and texture of the gemstone and the wild mustangs, specifically the spotted pinto mustangs that inhabit the same mountains.
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