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Montana Silversmiths

Southwest Scalloped Bolo Tie

Southwest Scalloped Bolo Tie

Regular price $85.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $85.00 USD
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This bolo tie is a beautiful addition for both casual and formal wear. The traditional western silver filigree engraving of the tall scalloped slide on this bolo tie is accented with gold and black geometrical patterns, feathers, and fans in the Southwestern style. Hand painted. The black braided leather cord is nicely weighted with two silver arrow pointed tips.
Dimensions
Width: 1.44"
Height: 1.88"
Length: 38.0"

Felt Hat Care

Store your felt hat upside down on its crown, on a clean surface or in a hat box to keep the brim from flattening out.

Remove dust and loose dirt with a soft brush, starting at the left side of the hat and brushing counter-clockwise.

Avoid exposing your hat to the heat from stoves, radiators, lamps, car windows and enclosed cars in the summer. The combination of the heat and perspiration will shrink the sweatband.

*** If your hat gets wet, shake off the excess water, and turn down the “self-conforming” leather sweatband. This will allow the hat to dry naturally.
While the hat is wet, don’t let the brim touch the surface and don’t place it near heat. Heat can reactivate the felting process and cause shrinkage.

To keep perspiration from penetrating the fur felt, occasionally turn down the leather sweatband so it can dry out. -Should your hat, (if it is light colored) become spotted with water or grease, you can clean it with a little baby talc or corn starch - not liquid cleanser, please!

To put on or remove your hat, hold the brim in front and back, handle the crown as little as possible.

Your hat will last a lifetime if you follow these important instructions.

Straw Hat Care

Store your straw hat upside down on its crown, on a clean surface or in a hat box to keep the brim from flattening out

Use a mild soap solution such as woolite and water and a very soft brush. You can also try baby wipes. The hat needs to dry at room temperature.

Avoid exposing your hat to the heat from stoves, radiators, lamps, car windows and enclosed cars in the summer. The combination of the heat and perspiration will shrink the sweatband

.To put on or remove your hat, hold the brim in front and back, handle the crown as little as possible.

Your hat will last a lifetime while following these important instructions.

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