Wolf Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver

United States
$115.00
Item No. N1007Y-SIL
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We sell our bolo tie slides without the cord for those customers who already have a favorite bolo tie without slide or wish to make their own.

This bolo tie slide is a classic Haida representation of the wolf, with flaring nostrils. The sterling silver bolo slide is about 1½ inches from ears to chin. Nickel Bennett Clasp attachment.

Please note: Our Bolo Ties with Sterling Silver Tips cannot slip through bolo clasp channels. The channels must be opened, then closed. Click here for our full instructions on how to attach a bolo tie slide.

We sell our bolo tie slides without the cord for those customers who already have a favorite bolo tie without slide or wish to make their own.

This bolo tie slide is a classic Haida representation of the wolf, with flaring nostrils. The sterling silver bolo slide is about 1½ inches from ears to chin. Nickel Bennett Clasp attachment.

Please note: Our Bolo Ties with Sterling Silver Tips cannot slip through bolo clasp channels. The channels must be opened, then closed. Click here for our full instructions on how to attach a bolo tie slide.

  • Attaching a Slide

    Our bolo tie slides have a Bennett Clasp backing. The back tab flips up to move the slide up or down the cord, then locks down to hold the slide in place.

    Instructions for attaching a slide to a bolo tie cord are given here. If you are not comfortable using pliers, you may prefer to take the slide and bolo tie cord to your local jeweler for attachment.

  • Wolf
    The wolf features strongly in both Indian and Inuit lore as a successful hunter. Once the object of fear among the white settlers and shot by bounty hunters, the wolf is becoming better understood and more appreciated, both in Canada and Alaska, and is depicted in art throughout the north. In Indian designs, the wolf is identified by an elongated snout with flaring nostrils, large teeth and ears, and a curled tail.

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