Navajo

Old Man Skeet and Jesus (Casus) Earicho - Navajo Silver and Leather Horse Bridle c. 1880-90s (M92243-0421-017)

$9,500.00
Product
M92243-0421-017

Additional Information

  • Circa: 1880-90s
  • Size: 33''
This item is in good condition, with general wear to the leather. The total length is 33" long and 6.5" wide. The bit is 4.5" wide, and the reins measure 10" long. Acquired from an old trading post family collection, Zuni, New Mexico.

Old Man Skeet and Jesus (Casus) Earicho - Navajo Silver and Leather Horse Bridle c. 1880-90s (M92243-0421-017)
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