Where can I purchase Circle Y replacement silver for my show saddle?

July 21, 2009


Depends upon the age and make of the saddle.

The old sterling that you used to be able to buy for them was from Diablo Silversmiths.

http://www.diablosilver.com/

As for the newer saddles, I think they are being made (The silver that is.) by Montana Silversmiths.

http://www.montanasilversmiths.com/

Hope this helps! I know there’s nothing worse than losing just ONE concho! Grrrrrrrrr

The above poster’s right about Broken Horn, but duplicating another’s silver work is kind of a "no no" and I don’t think Mario would do that (Mario was doing my silver work LONG before he went to work for Broken Horn.).

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Amanda July 22, 2009 at 3:11 am

broken horn!!!! thats where i get everything if it breaks or is missing somthing. also you can bring it to the store and they will fix it for you
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Rosi M July 22, 2009 at 3:56 am

Depends upon the age and make of the saddle.

The old sterling that you used to be able to buy for them was from Diablo Silversmiths.

http://www.diablosilver.com/

As for the newer saddles, I think they are being made (The silver that is.) by Montana Silversmiths.

http://www.montanasilversmiths.com/

Hope this helps! I know there’s nothing worse than losing just ONE concho! Grrrrrrrrr

The above poster’s right about Broken Horn, but duplicating another’s silver work is kind of a "no no" and I don’t think Mario would do that (Mario was doing my silver work LONG before he went to work for Broken Horn.).
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Over 40 years of training horses, riders and making/repairing saddles and tack.

1crossmare July 22, 2009 at 4:04 am

These folks can help you:
http://www.bcsaddlery.com/
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40 years of horsin around

txpainthorse July 22, 2009 at 4:54 am

I think Circle Y is here in Texas. You could call them.
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