Description: An impressive and colorful pair of single mounted spurs with great designs! They are nicely mounted with the "rolling logs" or four-directions, or good luck symbol (later known as the swastika) designs. This is also engraved on the outside swing buttons and they are also mounted with turquoise. These spurs come with very good, hand beaded leathers. These straps are most likely Plains or Plateau bead work. These spurs have been display items for many years and therefore retain a like new condition compared to their age. They are ready to go!
Maker: Unknown maker but most likely Navajo mounted on the spurs and Plateau or Plains on the bead work.
Approx. Age: Vintage.
Size: Heel opening is 3 1/8". Heel bands are 1" wide. Shanks are 2 3/8" long including the rowels.
Condition: Good for its age. Normal wear and minor imperfections expected on used and vintage items.
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