California Style Spurs With Silver Mountings And Leather Straps

Western Trading Post

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Available here for your consideration are California style spurs with silver mountings and leather straps. This pair of single mounted spurs features engraved silver on the outside of the heel, accented with an engraved raised silver dot. The shank features inlaid silver strips with zigzag designs, chap guards, and ending with a ten point handmade rowel. Smooth leather straps that are attached with a stamped silver concho style button, with twisted rope edging and original heel chains, complete them nicely.  The history of bits and spurs in North America begins with the Spanish who first came to the new world in the 1500s, bringing horses and livestock with them. The Spanish colonial style is the predecessor of the Californian and Mexican styles we know today. These spurs are fine examples of that heritage. Get them today!
MAKER: Unmarked. 
APPROX AGE: Circa early 1900s.
SIZE: The heel openings measure 2 3/4 inches, the band width measures 3/4 inch and the shanks measure 2 1/4 inches long overall. 
CONDITION: Average to good for their age, normal wear and minor imperfections expected. Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description and are hereby incorporated into the description, specifically with regards to condition.