A single, oval apple coral piece rests at the center of an appliqued sterling silver Zia symbol in this traditional Navajo bolo tie by Robert Yellowhorse. The stone, set in a simple sterling silver bezel, varies medium to light red and features small portions of black. It is surrounded at the base by a thick sterling silver rope pattern, which rests atop four appliqued bands of sterling silver protruding from both sides and top and bottom of the stone. The entire Zia symbol rests at op an oval sterling silver panel, its edges stamped with flowing lines. Sterling silver bolo tips are stamped with scallop designs at the top. 2 1/8″ long x 1 3/4 wide.