There may be no more classic representation of Western jewelry and accessories than the bolo tie. Traditional Western bolo ties are made up of a leather cord that wraps around your neck and is held together with a metal medallion, which can slide up and down the cord to tighten or loosen the tie. The ends of the cords are also usually embellished with decorative metal pieces to complete the look. The bolo ties in the Signature Line from Montana Silversmiths feature this traditional style along with distinctive decorative elements on the bolo tie medallion. Each of these bolo ties is designed by our talented jewelry craftsmen. This means that each one begins as a hand-drawn design in Columbus, Montana and features designs that are rooted in the traditions of the American West. Our bolo ties are also crafted from high-quality materials in order to ensure that we can take pride in the end product.
Our handsome bolo ties feature beautiful designs with a masculine edge that are fit for any cowboy. Each one includes a Western-themed image or symbol that is representative of our heritage. Some of these images include eagles, buffalo, cowboys, longhorn steers and crosses. Each of these symbols of strength is expertly depicted in sterling silver and yellow gold on the bolo tie’s medallion. Other materials used to decorate these cowboys ties include blue turquoise and variegated Glacier Mountain turquoise.
Shop the entire selection of bolo ties to find designs that you’re sure to love. Show pride in your faith by choosing a bolo tie with a silver medallion that is embellished with a yellow gold cross and a gold border. Opt for a traditional symbol of the west by choosing a silver bolo tie with a yellow gold image of a cowboy on the medallion. Western strength is represented in a bolo tie that replaces a metal medallion with a 3-dimensional carved buffalo head. There are also Southwestern-inspired bolo ties with two-toned geometric shapes and silver bolo ties with Glacier Mountain turquoise cabochons set directly in the center of the medallion.