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Three Brothers Bolo

Three Brothers Bolo

Regular price $675.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $675.00 USD
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Introducing the three brothers bolo, crafted by renowned Navajo silversmith, Cameron Curley. This striking piece combines artistry and tradition, making it a must-have for any connoisseur of Native American jewelry.
Handcrafted with precision and skill , this bolo tie showcases the natural beauty of Kingman Turquoise, known for its captivating blue and green hues. This stone was carefully selected and expertly set in sterling silver, reflecting Cameron Curley's exceptional skill and attention to detail.
The genuine leather cord not only adds durability but also embodies the spirit of the American Southwest. With its adjustable design, this bolo tie offers both style and comfort, making it suitable for any occasion.


Sonoran Turquoise and Sterling Silver

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Shipping & Returns

We offer fast and reliable shipping for our handmade jewelry. Please allow 1-3 days for standard shipping times based on your location. As each piece is carefully crafted with attention to detail, we do not accept returns.

However, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. Our dedicated team is here to assist you and ensure your satisfaction with your purchase

Care Instructions

To keep your one-of-a-kind handmade sterling silver ring in good condition:

  • Avoid harsh chemicals and remove it when using cleaning products or applying lotions.
  • Store it separately to prevent scratches and protect from dust and moisture.
  • Gently clean with a polishing cloth, avoiding abrasive materials.
  • Handle with care to avoid dropping or knocking against hard surfaces.
  • Keep it away from excessive heat and sunlight to prevent fading.
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