JWP-SILVER MOUNT PG5


JWP SILVER MOUNTED ITEMS

wow OR WOW, just depends on how you percieve it. We think this may be the nicest bit done at JWp Shop to date. Every year we make up a few full silver mount Bits and Spurs. This year was no exception, we built this bit for a rancher and friend who shows Stock Horses in the Amature Open divisions. The Riata cheeks are done in a Highland Grey finiah over steel and the we have done sectional Sterling overlays with antique engraving pattern. The concho bears a Gold rider on horseback with long taps and a rag about his neck. We were asked to capture the traditions of the early Californios. There is a small amount of file work on the lower parts of the cheeks, and this bit has a slobber chain bottom instead of the bar.This particular cowboy chose to have a copper hooded San Joaquin mouth put in his bit
THANKS TED FOR THE CHANCE TO BUILD YOU A BIT, THIS BIT IS SOLD.


Very different for JWP Shop, we do the AC 400 all the time. But this one is just a little differnt. S shown here it has a full steel cheek, that has been filled with Steling to accent the vine pattern in the steel. We have given the bit a HIghland Grey finish and a coat of wax. Built for a friend and "Cow-lector". Thanks Art, for the chance to have made you many great bits over the years. VERY SORRY THIS BIT IS SOLD.


Here is our Freno cheek pattern done with a full filagreed Gold pattern on it. This was a great looking and using bit, bought up by a good friend and "Cow-lector" of artifacts of the Cowboy. We say thanks David for the chance to build you a fine bit. Very sorry this bit is sold.


HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT JEREMIAH DONE BEFORE HE STARTED MAKING THE PRODUCTION LINE OF BITS AND SPURS WE NOW KNOW OF AS JWP?

Well let me just give you a glimpse of what he has made not so long ago. Jeremiah ran a full custom shop for many years, and from that he grew to having his little production line Company that he now has. Not long a go, almost all of my custom bits used to be Spades, says, Jeremiah. Today, of course we build a little of everything. What you see here are two custom Spades, the blued version went to the Gene Autry Collection, while the other one headed to a good friend and "Cow-lector" from down in Texas. We sure hope you enjoyed having a glimpse into this fine shops past.


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