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A Dozen Gifts for Giving from Clint Orms Engravers and Silversmiths – Part One

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Just in time for under-the-tree gift giving! We’ve got our own take on the centuries old holiday song The Twelve Days of Christmas.

Forget the partridge in a pear tree, Clint Orms’ 3- piece Houston 1805 buckle set with an 18 karat gold quail in flight on a background of sterling silver engraved wheatgrass 1-inch buckle, loop and belt tip will be a cherished gift for the outdoorsman or bird hunter.

Two flying mallards soar across the sterling silver Mitchell 1802 trophy buckle accented with flowers, framed with a carved Western flourish and engraved sandblast finish.  A handsome gift destined to become a family heirloom. 

Three multi-colored golden quail distinguish the Clint Orms’ San Jac 1514 Money Clip. A trio of gamebirds shine in 14 karat yellow gold, 14 karat rose gold and 14 karat green gold adorn a lightly engraved money clip with a western motif and edge. A distinguished way to keep cash in order.  

A stylish foursome for the fisherman grace the sterling silver 1827 Bracelet. A duo of sterling silver rainbow trout jump on the lines outfitted with two 14 karat gold flies. The inside of the manly cuff is engraved with Western-themed flourishes.  

For the man who loves bird hunting with his dog – the sterling silver Bracelet 1416 features an 18 karat rose gold pointer and a flock of quail; a pair in sterling silver and a pair in 10 karat green gold. The limited-edition bracelet sports a rugged bench-hammered edge and finish.    

Choose from six sterling silver, statement-making Clint Orms rings. Jewelry that will be passed down through generations. Various designs of intricate detail showcase hand-carved longhorns, flowers, arrows, horseshoes and a five-point lone star. Some styles feature gemstones.  


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