When settlers first arrived in Texas, they realized the vast, open plains were perfect for grazing cattle, and farms quickly transformed into ranches. Cattle drives up the Shawnee and Chisholm trails soon became a popular means for Texas ranchers to sell their cattle to markets all over the United States. By the 1870s the invention of barbed wire and the sectioning off of land made it difficult to drive cattle on horseback, and ranchers began using the railroad to transport their livestock. Many ranches have modernized their methods, and are still in operation today. Carson County is situated in the Texas Panhandle; a popular area for ranching. The Panhandle is home to the famous XIT ranch as well as the 6666 ranch, which runs right through Carson County. Our Carson collection was designed with the Texas rancher in mind. The buckle is modest enough to wear during a hard day out on the ranch, yet ornate enough for a night out on the town.
3/4" sterling silver buckle set, hand engraved, four pieces. Made and engraved by hand in Texas by Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths.View full product details
3/4" sterling silver buckle set with 14 karat yellow gold 20 gauge rope edge, engraved, four pieces. Made and engraved by hand in Texas by Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths.View full product details
While some of the Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths belt buckle sets that feature longhorns may display them a bit more prominently, this set is a nice way to give a tip of the cap to Texas tradition without overdoing it. The Carson 1806 Steer Head Buckle Set is a 3/4” sterling silver buckle set with a 14-karat yellow gold steer head and a sterling silver rope edge on the buckle. The set was handmade and engraved by Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths and features four individual pieces.View full product details
3/4" 10 karat rose gold buckle set, hand engraved, four pieces. Made and engraved by hand in Texas by Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths.View full product details