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This charming vintage plastic cowboy saddle pin is 2 1/4" tall from stirrup to saddle horn and is 1 1/4" at it's widest point. It has a wonderful aged patina. The clasp is in good working condition and has some aging (see photo).

Inspired by the air, light, water and wood of the Catskill Mountains, Barneche Design is a place where artistry, whimsy and skilled craftsmanship combine. Designer Stephanie Barnes has an affinity for the beautiful and the vintage -- she recycles, reclaims and reuses textiles, wood, glass and other materials to make one-of-a-kind home furnishings, lighting and wearable art. Located in the heart of New York State’s Catskill Park in the former 1890's Chichester Hotel, this unique shop features an incredible array of gifts and goodies -- artful handmade clothing, girls dresses, hats, bags, scarves, dog coats, elegant barn wood and architectural furnishings, home decor, vintage lighting, handmade custom lampshades, artisan and vintage jewelry, collectibles, ephemera and much more.

Barneche Design's Stephanie Barnes is grateful to be a part of the Etsy community. Please make us a favorite and check often as we add more handmade Catskill Enchantment For The House, Body and Soul. We make all of our products by hand in a smoke free environment. Please contact us with any questions. Thank you for stopping by!

Vintage Cowboy Saddle Pin

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: metal, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 34 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people