Judy Jay's

Time Dances By

jjay@timedancesby.com


Phone: 210-690-8454

Fax: 210-699-4492


Native American Jewelry: NA197

DESERT CACTUS MEMORIES ( Beaded Cactus Woman's Bolo Tie ): Nowadays bolos are as varied as the men and women who wear them. Bolos can be urbane and sophisticated – or just plain fun. When we drive out of the Phoenix airport I am always impressed with the cactus plants growing along the dividing strips, especially the fanciful saguaros. We are big fans of the saguaros. They suddenly appear in the Arizona desert like some playful giant alien life forms with arms growing out in all directions and shapes. In this charming lady's bolo a green and white beaded prickly pear cactus nestles up to a large dark green iridescent saguaro. For accents you will see four twinkling light amber colored rhinestones. The black leather hand braided cord has simple Sterling Silver tips that end it tiny silver orbs. The clamp style silver release allows you to put the cactus at any length you desire. I wore this bolo on a purple shirt and it was always an attraction getter. Look good and feel good – almost the same thing. Winter, summer, fall or spring – this is a fun bolo for all seasons!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Cactus motif 3 3/4” high, 3” wide, 1/8” deep. Black cord tie is 37” long including tips.

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