The snake or serpent is a symbol that can be found in several different cultures all over the world. They can represent fertility, creative energy, growth, awakening, rebirth, and transformation. The ancient ouroboros symbol represents the continuous renewal of life.
To us it represents awakening. In Hinduism the serpent lies at the base of your spine in what is called kundalini energy. As it awakens it travels up your spine, activating your chakras and opening you up to an expansive state of consciousness. The snake also represents the shedding of skin. As we grow and awaken in our lives, past versions of ourselves must be shed in order to hold more space for the present self.
The eyeball is an ancient symbol that can be found in different cultures all over the world. In the middle east it is thought that the eyeball can ward off the evil eye, protecting you from the negative thoughts of others. Some believe that the eyeballs are representative of the angels. Always watching and protecting. They can also represent the divine observer. The part of yourself that is beyond your thoughts and your bodies. The being that is observing the thoughts and watching life play out without any input. Existing purely to exist.
This is our take on a southwestern classic. The bolo tie has a rich history here in the southwest, being a favorite piece for a cowboy who wants to dress up a little. Our bolo ties have that southwestern vibe with a contemporary twist. Perfect for anyone who wants a taste of the southwest.
40" genuine leather bolo cord with 2x 1.5" brass bolo tips.
The bolo pendant is ~1.75" long and ~1.25" wide. It has two rings on the back that allow you to adjust the bolo for a perfect fit.
This piece is one of a kind!
This means that your bolo tie will be the only one that exists like that in the entire world. It is special just for you.