One of seven pieces in a set (a pair of twin beds, a desk/vanity, a mirror, a bench, a dresser and a side table) acquired from the estate of the original owner, a Kentucky horse woman who had special-ordered it from Barker Brothers. This suite of furniture with its theme of lively cowboys is a ...
An authentic branding iron from the Wild Wild West. Hand wrought iron and in the configuration of what looks like a double J little C. These make great candlesticks.
Attached olive vinyl cushion. 60" long, 22" deep, seat height 18", height 34". Hardwood. In the Taos style. The stretcher has some patina.
A great old Wild West style leather and wrought iron covered trunk. 12 high x 26 1/5 x 15 1/2. 19th century. Wooden base interior. Old wall paper lined. Pretty neat.
A very Nice Western Oak and horn hat-caot rack. Circa 1900-1920. Solid and ready to use. close to 36'' wide. Perfect for any ranch, Rancho and or cowboy lair.
Wild West carved wood folk art. 1940s probably. Vigorous, humorous and utterly charming piece.
Presentation Chaps to a "Miss Lois in commemoration of North 36, by J. M. E". Chaps measure 38" tall, and each chap measures 14 1/2 wide. These look absolutely beautiful hung on a wall. Probably turn of the (20th) century.
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Advertising display wooden and painted horse shoe.
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Terrific pen and ink of a bucking bronco and rider by an unknown artist. Circa 1910-1920. Illegible signature. In the style of Edward Borein. Nice Taos period frame.