A single, blue turquoise piece is set at the center o beautiful sterling silver overlay work in this bolo tie by Navajo silversmith Rosita Singer. Rosita, wife of late silversmith Tommy Singer, took up the mantel of his work after his death and continues to create pieces in his signature style. Overlay work along this bolo includes step patterns, as well as stamped scallop and dot designs. The turquoise piece is set in a scalloped sterling silver bezel and contains small portions of black matrix, while the bolo tips are cylindrical and unadorned. A single sterling cylinder stamped with two lines completely around is set on the brown bolo cord just above each tip. 2 1/2″ long x 2″ wide. Bolo measures 19″ from top to bottom.