This is a listing for a Sterling Silver. 925 American Bison (Buffalo) Bolo Tie by Kenny Ray McNeilley Jr.I have been informed that. I have been unable to confirm this information that McNeilley is deceased.
This is a Sterling Silver Bolo Slide made by artist. The centerpiece of the Bolo Tie is the Slide of a 3-D head of an American Bison (Buffalo). Beneath the Bisons head are fancy Sterling Silver raised wire scrolls, flowers and feathers. The outside edges of the Slide has raised scalloped design.This Bolo Tie come with a high quality braided leather tie with Sterling Silver Tie Tips. The Sterling Silver Tie Tips. The Bolo Tie leather with Tips measures. If the Bolo Tie Leather were to be laid out in a straight line it measures.
This Bolo Tie has never been worn and has been in a glass display case for over 15 years. This listing is for the Kenny Ray McNeilley, Jr. Sterling Silver Bolo Tie ONLY.My pictures # 11 & # 12 are of the Kenny Ray McNeilley, Jr. Sterling Silver Bolo Tie and the Kenny Ray McNeilley, Jr. The Kenny Ray McNeilley, Jr. If an individual is interest in both pieces please advise and I will combine a price for both pieces.
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925) American Bison (Buffalo) Bolo Tie -Kenny Ray McNeilley, Jr" is in sale since Wednesday, February 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Western Americana\Jewelry".
The seller is "bohannan-one" and is located in Auburn, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda.