SILVERSMITH´S

J. FERNÁNDEZ.

Monogram silver belt buckle.

​​Pair of candlesticks.

L. DURAN.

Jug. Second half of the XIX century.

Jug. End of the 19th or beginning of the 20th century.

Pair of bell-type stirrups. First half of the 20th century.

Dagger. Brazil. Late nineteenth century.

Verijero knife. Buenos Aires. Mid 20th century.

Pair of spurs. First half of the 20th century.

Head game. First half of the 20th century.

FEDERICO OBERTI

Knife. Buenos Aires. 1964

Mate. Argentina. First half of the 20th century.

Facon knife. Leaf Franchi y Cía.

Bridle with muzzle and bit. First half of the 20th century.

MARTÍN VITERI

Mate with carved cocobolo.

Mexican horse tack. Early 20th century.

Chofeta (little brazier).

Mate cuyano. Mendoza. XIX century.

Pair of stirrups with footpegs. Buenos Aires, mid-20th century.

Pair of silver and gold stirrups. Late 19th or early 20th century.

Bridle with muzzle. Argentina, 19th - 20th centuries.

Pair of stirrups type crown. Late 19th or early 20th century.

Pair of silver spurs. Late 19th century, or early 20th century.

Mate with tail. Argentina, early 20th century.

Centenary knife. Herder. Germany. Circa 1910/1917.

Faca. Brazil. First half of the 19th century.

“Pampa” Bridle. Argentina. XIX century.

N. Porter Saddlery and Harness Co. Circa 1900.

Spurs from Entre Ríos.

FRANCISCO GARCÍA

Mate de madera y plata. Contemporáneo.

Arreador hecho con crines de caballo. 1945.

Par de espuelas de plata. Perú, fines del siglo XIX.

Par de espuelas de plata. Chile, siglo XIX.

FRANCISCO GARCÍA

Cuchillo de plata. Buenos Aires. Contemporáneo.

Fuente o centro de mesa de plata. Buenos Aires (¿?), principios del siglo XX.

Mate de plata. Córdoba, segunda mitad del siglo XIX.

cuchillo criollo de origen europeo. Inglaterra (¿?) Circa 1850.

Mate de calabaza con rabito. Fines del siglo XIX o principios del XX.

Fusta de plata y cuero. Río de la Plata, fines del siglo XIX.

Freno litoraleño. Segunda mitad del siglo XIX.

Par de espuelas porteñas de plata. Principios del siglo XX.

M. UGALDE.

Facón caronero. Ranchos, hacia 1998.

Mate virreinal de plata. Alto Perú, último cuarto del siglo XVIII.

Anónimo

Mate virreinal de plata y oro.

Mate de plata. Buenos Aires, hacia 1820.

Anónimo

Mate de plata con base en forma de cáliz. Fines del siglo XIX.


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