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Bolo Ties

Often thought of as "Western Wear" this stylish accessory adds a Celtic touch to anyone's wardrobe. Our bolo ties come on 42" leather cords with matching tips, making them as beautiful as they are long-lasting.

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  • Antrim Knot Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Antrim Knot Bolo Tie
    Taken from an ancient slab in Northern Ireland this pictish knot, also found in the Kells and Lindisfarne manuscripts is composed of one line, it forms a anti clockwise pattern symmetrically balanced North to South, East to...
  • Bealin Knot Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Bealin Knot Bolo Tie
    Related strongly to the Star of Eire, the bealin knot is split into two bands the inner pattern intertwines through loops formed by the other forming a cross. It is seen many times in the Book of Kells, especially on some of...
  • Bearded Men Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Bearded Men Bolo Tie
    Found in the Book of Kells from the 8th to 10th century. This design, of the three wise men who sought truth, charity, and love. Their wisdom we all seek as simple disciples of humanity. The Greatest of All is Charity. Wear...
  • Briar Rose Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Briar Rose Bolo Tie
    Although taken from the High Cross at Kilfenora ,Co. Clare , this pattern is rare in Ireland , but can be found in Scotland , Wales , Cornwall and Devon , it is formed by one line symbolising continuity as a protection from...
  • Bridget's Moon Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Bridget's Moon Bolo Tie
    This pattern, named after Ireland's most celebrated Abbotress Bridget or female saint , but Bridge or Bridget also affiliated to the triple goddess dates to before Christian times , this pattern I first found carved in the...
  • Caithlin Cross Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Caithlin Cross Bolo Tie
    This equal sided cross is often found on the top of High Crosses in Ireland , Scotland or Wales was probably the first type of cross worn by the converted Christians in Ireland also known as a Scottish cross , it has four...
  • Clare Pattern Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Clare Pattern Bolo Tie
    I dedicate this pattern to the Irish People from Co. Clare who left from Cork in Ireland to America headed for America and a " better life", during the famine around 1845. The balance of heart and soul that help build this...
  • Donough's Keep Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Donough's Keep Bolo Tie
    This motif is found in borders or arch ways. Therefore, it is considered a protective or supportive symbol. The pattern has arrows pointing outward indicating outer growth and an inner design indicating stability and...
  • Duleek Knot Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Duleek Knot Bolo Tie
    From the south cross at Duleek, Co. Meath. Duleek is set in a spiritual glen linked to pagan times. This symbol is found in many old druid patterns. The circle which encompasses the pattern is a symbol for completeness and...
  • Eassie Knot Bolo Tie
    $110.50 Choose Options Eassie Knot Bolo Tie
    Taken from a stone at Eassie, in Perthshire this pattern is an elongated adaptation of the Briar Rose found in Co. Clare. It is formed by one line symbolising continuity as a protection from evil. The four Quadrants point...

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