Gold Angora Saddle Serapes

Wooly (angora) saddle serapes circa 1920. These were favored by Native Americans, but made by western saddlers. This particular pair is not maker marked, but does bear the name Mary Cummins Bear Cloud on the inside, as well as what looks like the name Big Sheep, indicating that these were owned by Native horsemen and women.  The angora has been dyed a beautiful gold color; the leather has border tooling along with slotted conchos. Lined in canvas (typical for wooly chaps and other items of angora goat). In excellent condition. 44" long.

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Medium: Angora Goat Hide, Canvas, and Leather
Circa: 1920-1930
Size: 44" long
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Our Product ID: D2146

Price: $3,500.00


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