Description: A COLLECTORS DREAM! This is a once in a lifetime kind of opportunity to own a show saddle by the famous Navajo silversmith, Tommy Singer. It is a gorgeous, dark leather saddle with sterling silver conchos that feature nugget style turquoise in the centers. The Saddle comes with a matching headstall, bit and breast collar along with a framed letter detailing its origins. There is a photo of Tommy Singer and the saddle to display with the masterpiece! According to the paperwork and previous owner, this saddle came out of the Gene Autry Museum in California. Original price on this saddle was reportedly $50,000! All of the silverwork is sterling silver and it has Tommy Singer's maker's plate on the rear of the cantle. James Barton and Brent Joe are also two of the Navajo Silversmith who have been identified as working on this great Saddle (they are known silversmiths who worked for Tommy Singer). There are over 130 PIECES of individually crafted pieces of silver on this set, most of which have turquoise settings!
Remember, we offer free returns in the US (just in case you are not satisfied in any way), so what have you got to lose? We stand behind what we sell and want you to be happy!
Maker: Tommy Singer (Navajo).
Approx. Age: Circa 1993.
Size: Saddle has a 15" seat. Accompanying artwork (info) measures 21-1/2" X 31" long.
Condition: Good for their ages. Normal wear and minor imperfections expected on used and vintage items. Please note, one of the breast collar straps that hooks back to the D-ring is missing.
Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description.