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Monogram
No Brand? Consider a Monogram
How about a monogram, in swirling, interlocking vines, or perhaps letters forming a shield, or even a snowflake. Diamonds and circles. Or simply a name, elegantly engraved in artistic type.
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Saddle Plate
Jewelry for your saddle. A cantle plate in German Silver with a distinctive rope edge in jeweler's bronze. Space for two copies of your brand (or two different brands) and room for your name in jeweler's bronze letters. 1/2-inch high letters are $5.00 each, additional; hand-cut brands are $20 each. Jeweller bronze flowers, instead of brands, are $10 each. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery.

 W201 Saddle Cantle Plate, $50.00. (Brands and name are additional.)
       

Length = 5 1/4"
Height = 1 1/4"

1/2" high name in jeweler's bronze at $5.00 per letter additional.

Brands, custom hand-made of Jeweller's Bronze, are $20 each additional.

Two Jeweller's Bronze flowers, in place of custom brands, are $16 additional.

Comes with mounting screws and nuts affixed to back of plate and requires drilling through the saddle cantle.
Cheaper silver-plated pieces are often lacquered to inhibit tarnishing. But when they do tarnish--and they eventually will--the lacquer makes it very difficult to polish them. And repeated polishing will eventually rub off the plating. None of our pieces are -plated. They're either solid German Silver or Sterling Silver or have a thick silver overlay veneer. None are lacquered. Polish as needed (likely only two to four times per year). Most professional silversmiths like 3M Tarni-Shield. And if you really want to apply a protective coating, silversmiths seem to prefer a micro-crystalline wax such as Renaissance Wax; developed for museum curators and used at the Smithsonian Institute, Windsor Castle and the British Museum.