If you know your rocks, you already know why this is priced the way it is. If you don’t, let me explain. Clay Canyon Variscite was mined in Utah. That’s right, ‘was’. Between 1937 and 1940, the rare material was mined, and by the end of 1940, the mine had run dry. No more material was found, so what is out in the world is all there is. Clay Canyon Variscite is highly prized among collectors, and is often kept in rough slab form due to the unpredictable nature of the material when trying to cab it. However, I got my hands on this 95 carat Clay Canyon Variscite Cab (40x31x8mm) and turned it into a bolo tie that would make any rock hound or collector drool. Encased in sterling silver, and accented with gentle coils and twists of sterling silver, this bolo is the star of the show. This bolo is secured with closed circle rings on the back. The tie is genuine braided leather, with silver ends. The total tie length is 39”.
Extremely Rare Clay Canyon Variscite Bolo Tie
$490.00 Regular Price