Bolo Ties in Wood 

The origins of the Bolo tie

Originally from North America, it is said to have been invented in the 1940s in Arizona. It has since become the official neckwear of several Western American states. It is less common under our latitudes, hence its exoticism. Yet, its benefits are many. It can make a look at once dapper and casual, or more formal. Befitting men and women of all ages.

Our design

We have imagined it according to our criteria of refinement. A subtle harmony of curved lines, straight lines and ellipses enhanced by discreet inlays reminiscent of buttoning for the models in precious wood. The lace is full leather (not braided) and the tips are solid brass. The Melissambre Bolo Ties comes in two families: precious woods such as Cocobolo, Snakewood, Ebony… and fine stones such as Agate, Obsidian, Mother-of-Pearl… Almost a jewel, it is the accessory for all circumstances.

Wood & Stone

  • Bolo ties in wood- The rare essences
    Bolo ties in wood- The rare essences

    The bolo tie in wood

    This range of bolo ties is the showcase of sumptuous essences, often exotic. While exotic does not mean forbidden to exploit, we are nevertheless very vigilant about the provenance of these woods and the perfect legality of trade of our suppliers.

    The bolo tie complete a neat outfit like a casual outfit. This garment accessory is unisex and one size fits all. </ P

  • Bolo ties in gems - The fine stones
    Bolo ties in gems - The fine stones

    Bolo ties in gemstones

    We offer a selection of the finest gemstones such as agates, jasper, mother of pearl, malachite ... for bolo tie without extravagance and quality. This accessory is unisex and one size fits all.

QR code

Recently Viewed

No products
Compare 0