Kinosêw Bolo Tie
Kinosêw Bolo Tie
Kinosêw Bolo Tie
Kinosêw Bolo Tie
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Kinosêw Bolo Tie

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A bolo tie with an arrowhead and beading is a distinctive and stylish accessory that blends Western flair with intricate craftsmanship. Here's a detailed description:

The bolo tie typically features a braided leather or woven cord. The cord can come in various colors, but black or brown are the most common choices. The length of the cord allows it to hang comfortably around the neck, with adjustable sliders to fit different neck sizes.

The centerpiece of this bolo tie is the arrowhead, which acts as the slide. The arrowhead is usually made of a metal like silver, brass, or pewter, and it might be embellished with engravings or patterns that enhance its rustic charm. Some arrowheads could also be made from stone or other materials, offering a more authentic look.

The beading at the end adds a splash of colour and texture. The beads are turquoise, complimenting the arrowhead, adding to the tie's overall aesthetic appeal.

Such a bolo tie is versatile, suitable for both casual and formal occasions, and adds a unique touch to any outfit, especially when paired with Western or Southwestern attire.

About the Artist: Cole Mathew Ledoux

Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Cole is a man of Plains Cree and French Descent. A registered Indian hailing from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Treaty 6 Territory - he borrows heavily on his roots for inspiration. A true modern Métis - mixing Indigenous and European heritage in contemporary society.

Like the voyageurs of old, Cree is blazing new trails both in modern aboriginal and current day fashion culture. Each hand-made piece is meant to nourish a tender appreciation for Mother Earth and the beauty of the spirit around us. The harmony of nature and self will give rise to your own inner power.

Kinanaskomitin (Thank you, I am grateful for you)