This informational site introduces you to master craftsman, who have built
their reputations on straightforwardness, honesty, integrity and hard work done by hand.
You will be able to find the perfect necessity to outfit you or your horse.
Bits, spurs, exquisitley tooled saddles, chaps, spur straps, Custom Hats, Rawhide reins, romal's and bosals and other horse accessories.
Deal directly with these artists that have captured the spirit and integrity of the West.
All products are made in their shops where the pavement ends and the legends begin.





Ernie Marsh Bit

WE HAVE MOVED TO WYOMING
Marsh Brothers Silver & Saddle shop in Etna, Wyoming offers items for the working cowboy, horseman or collectors of cowboy finery.
We are proud of our gallery of fine handmade cowboy gear, silver and bronze representing the western lifestyle by some of todays finest artisans. Bit & Spur maker Ernie Marsh creates the unique bits, spurs and silver work
that our customer base has come to expect. With function quality and beauty that make each Marsh Bros. piece a true work of art.

Saddle maker Dennis Hensley offers fine quality handmade saddles that will last a lifetime. Using top quality materials to craft saddles meant for using. Slick forks and Swell forks are his specialty along with other accessories and gear.
Marsh Brothers
P.O. Box 738
Thayne, WY 83127
307-880-1101
www.spanishspade.com





Greg Gomersall saddle

GREG GOMERSALL SADDLERLY.
Heirloom Quality like our Granddaddy's talked about
I began building saddles and related gear in 1985 and it has been a full-time occupation and labour of love since 1987.
All of our saddles are built on handmade rawhide trees made by either Rod Nikkel or Glenn Christman.
You can be assured whether ordering a simple roughout or an extra fancy full flower carved saddle, the same attention to detail is applied from start to finish. From answering the phone to completeing your dream rig I am the person who does it all right here in my own shop.
We also build Chinks, Armitas, Chaps, Angora Chaps, Martingales, Breast Collars, Hobbles, Headstalls, Reins,Wrist Cuffs, Spur Straps ect.
Besides what I build I also stock our showroom with Doug Krause Mecates, Marsh Bros. Bits and Spurs, J.Watt Products, Vince Donley Rawhide Braiding, Wayne Bevan Rawhide Braiding and 100% mohair cinches by Teri Cinchas.
Feel free to contact us to discuss your needs and wishes.
In today's slap it together and get it out the door world you will find it a refreshing break shopping here.
www.gomersallsaddlery.com





Scott Hardy Flask

Internationally known silversmith, SCOTT HARDY, comes from Longview, Alberta Canada.
Scott is a fifth generation stockman who understands the dedication required to excel.
He has been a full-time sivlersmith and engraver since 1981. Though largely self-taught he acknowledges the work of modern masters Al Pecetti and Mark Drain, and looks back as well to such turn-of-the-century craftsman as the artisans at Tiffany Company.
They have inspired Hardy to give contemporary expression to classic Western forms.
SCOTT HARDY
Box 40
Longview, Alberta
CANADA T0L IH0
403-558-2337
www.scotthardy.com



Jaxonbilt Hat Company

Master Hatter ROY JACKSON builds custom cowboy hats.
Whether you are a traditionalist, working cowboy, cowgirl or a dude, and you want a hat that fits and looks good, JAXONBILT HAT CO. has the hat for you. We've also helped create many characters for Cowboy Action Shooting and Western Re-enactments.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed, and the same careful attention is provided for our full hat restoration services.
JAXONBILT HAT COMPANY
Roy Jackson
P.O. Box 417
Salmon, ID 83467
208-756-6444
e-mail: roy@jaxonbilthats.com
www.jaxonbilthats.com



John Willemsma Saddle

JOHN WILLEMSMA SADDLE CO building "Fine Cowboy Horse Gear" for over 37 years Proud Member of the TRADITIONAL COWBOY ARTS ASSOCIATION... LJSADDLERY.COM..... 405 282 5336 email: ljsaddlery@aol.com
www.ljsaddlery.com



Cary Schwarz Saddle

Cary Schwarz has been doing leatherwork since 1971 when he was given a Tandy Kit for Christmas. He worked in a variety of leather and saddle shops until 1984 when he moved to Salmon,Idaho and began his years as a self employed saddlemaker. Since then, it has been a journey of refinement that has led him to best of show awards, the Idaho Governors Award for the arts, and the Academy of Western Artists saddlemaker of the year award. Carey is a founding member of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Assosiation(1998) . His customers range from everyday buckaroos to high-end collectors and everyone in between. Placing the same attention to detail regardless of who the customer is. Check out his website at www.caryschwarz.com and be sure to keep up with his blog there.

Cary Schwarz
Founding Memeber TCAA
132 Williams Creek Road
Salmon, ID 83467
208-756-8383



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