His last name isn’t Curtis, but this relative of Jennifer, and the late Thomas, Curtis is just as adept with fine chisel work and stamping as they are.
All you need to do is look at the close-up photo, to appreciate the finesse and precision of the workmanship in this classic design.
Deeply stamped and cut in timeless patterns, the silver is of a sturdy heft. The natural Royston turquoise is an uncommon, intense blue, beautifully cut to harmonize with the shape, size and design of the silver.
The artistry extends even to the choice of cord, a hand braided, sturdy leather in a warm brown hue that matches the matrix in the gorgeous turquoise.
Silver tips, also hand made, are elegantly tapered and incised to coordinate, yet leave attention on the main bolo.
This is a bolo of traditional form and design, executed with all the refinement and precision of today. The stone is a splendid, natural turquoise whose rich teal blue glows in its nest of silver.
This exceptional bolo is for someone who expects and admires the finest in workmanship and materials, while maintaining the best of tradition.