We have a few different design patterns that we use in our spurs, and they may have small variations depending on each customer's liking (and pocketbook).  But for the most part we stick with what has been used for generations in the Field family.

Gary does get requests for custom-made spurs, and has had the opportunity to make some; but these take much longer to complete as he has to fashion them from scratch, and try to match the design that is given to him by the customer.

The following page show the patterns that have been made in our family for 5 generations.  If you have any questions regarding these, please don't hesitate to email us on our contact page.  Prices are available upon request.
Gary at the Paso Gathering...

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07.04 | 12:51

We appreciate your kind comments; his memory lives on in our work... there's not a day that goes by that we don't think about him!

05.04 | 19:37

I knew Ed and worked with his daughter Netty. He will be missed and Netty always spoke highly of her father. God bless him and his family.

13.01 | 07:39

Thank you Bob and Jane... we miss him; but we are so grateful for the legacy handed down to Gary from him. Hope to meet up with you someday soon!

11.01 | 18:51

It's with sadness that we learn of Ed's passing. We will cherish and use our two bits and all the conchos Ed made us. Our horses pack love his sweet crickets.

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