Pair of hand made spurs by ford, Texas maker Don Rogers. 1 1/4" band, 2 1/2" shank, 1 3/4" hand cut rowel. 3 1/4" across the front. Silver five petal flower button with copper center, four silver pieces on shank, silver corner piece and silver fighting bull on band. All hand cut and hand engraved. Natural patina. Marked " 19 rogers 97 " over " 920 " under inside hangers. This pair has been used by a working ranch cowboy just enough to get a nice color to them. Don has worked on ranches, race tracks and in feedlots all over the west. He made his first pair of spurs in 1975. He started making full time in 1983. Most of his bits and spurs are ordered by working cowboys and it not often you get a chance to trade for a pair. Don is featured on three pages in the book " Bits & Spurs Techniques, Motifs and Modern Makers " by Ned and Jody Martin. The background in the third photo is from that book. This outstanding pair has that cowboy look to them. NO RESERVE! Money order ships next day..checks must clear..$6 priority shipping. THANKS for looking..see my other auctions for more cowboy gear.
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