Hand draw and stamped
saddle that utilizes swarovski crystals and Real gold and silver
beads. The lacing on the horn, back of saddle and on front of
shoulders is real gold.
Sold for $500
This set has a hand
drawn "Southwestern" pattern border and a hand stamped pattern. All
silver is sterling silver and has been hand etched.
Owned by Danielle
Went top ten at NAN in 2004
and has won many championships for it's owner, Danielle Feldman.
Pictures by Anna Tackett.
This set was made
using entirely hand etched sterling silver plates, and beads as well
as real gold beads. Pattern is of my own design and was hand drawn
onto the leather. Owned by Anna Tackett
This set has won
NUMEROUS Championships for it's owner.
Similar set is $650
Late 2005 work.
This saddle is very special. A few years ago when I first
started making saddles, I made one for my husband. That saddle
"accidently" was sold and he's been asking for new saddle ever
The above saddle
is his new saddle.
saddle features hand made, and hand etched silver plates. The
green crystals are real swarovski chrystals.
The edge pattern and
the design in the middle are hand drawn and then tooled so that they
are raised. They were then hand dyed with a small paint brush and
sealed. I then used Rio Rondo's basketweave tool as a
The matching bridle
and breastcollar features real silver beads, keepers, and tips
on the crownpiece as well as on the breast collar.
Every buckle on both
the saddle and bridle really work.
I consider this the
finest saddle that I have made to date and my husband is very
protective of it. I use it as a decoration in my Southwestern themed
A smilar set would be
(Oak leaves and acorns
This was a saddle set
made for Silke Kegal in German.
This was a trade for
a Petit Prince Resin by Brigitte eberl.
All of the silver on
the saddle is real silver with the exception of the buckles on the
bridle and breast collar. The little crystal on the bit is a real
This is a revamped
version of Oak Leaves and Acorns II. When this saddle came
home from the Kentucky Museum of Art and Design, I created new
corner plates and moved the leaves to the back of the cantle and to
the shoulders of the saddle. I also made the bridle a single beaded
row instead of a double row. It sold immediately to Ann Bilon.
A similar saddle
would be $650