These are an early pair of iron Gal-leg cowboy spurs, possibly from Texas, that ended up in Navajo hands to be ornamented with silver. They're stamped on the heel bands and incised on the gal-leg shanks in imitation of the fishnet stockings. One rowel has teeth that are filed and re-worked. The spurs are pre-1900, with the silver applied sometime around 1940. Great cross-cultural travels in the life of these spurs.
Medium: Iron/Navajo Silver
Size: 10.5" Long x 5.25" Wide
Location/Origin: Arizona, Navajo, New Mexico, Southwest
Our Product ID: NAVSPURNIS