Antique 19th Century Mexican Charro Spurs, Hand Forged with Silver Inlay


Antique Pair of Mexican Charro Spurs, Heavy Iron Western Spurs.
The Mexican word Charro means horseman or cowboy.
These are magnificent spurs made of hand forged iron with a very fair amount of original silver inlay remaining the spurs.
The spurs weigh in at a 1.3 pounds each (perspective, todays spurs weigh around 6oz each), they have a large 4¼”- 8-point rowel, with a 2½” shank and the heal band / yoke has about a 3¼” spread. The spurs have a 1¼” outer button and a 1” inner strap button. These are a two-piece constructed spur, the head band and shank are made separately then welded together.
We have not cleaned these (only dusted them off) they are as found, with dirt on the rowels.
The outer band, shank and rowels are decorated in silver and the inside band has inlayed silver with original owners’ initials MC.
The tooled leather straps look original with silver plated buckles marked Diana, leather is very worn.

Circa, 1850-1900
Condition, very solid, with surface rust. Loss of silver throughout as shown in pictures.
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Sku# 5993
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