In 1827 Steven F. Austin was given a land grant from the Mexican government. In 1840 after Texas had gained its independence, the city of Waterloo was chosen as the site for the Texas capitol. Its name was changed to Austin and the surrounding area became Travis County in honor of William Barret Travis, the commander at the Battle of the Alamo. So it is only fitting that when President George W. Bush, then the Governor of Texas, was gifted a custom Clint Orms buckle. He chose a Travis, the county housing the Texas state government.
3/4' Ranger buckle set, sterling rodeo bronc rider on buckle, sterling 20 gauge rope edge, wheatgrass engraving, oxidized and polished.View full product details
The Travis 1830 Star Buckle Set is a three-piece 3/4” buckle set with a sterling star on the buckle and a sapphire stone set into the tongue. This is the perfect choice for someone looking for a buckle set that is expertly crafted and intricately detailed, but in a very subtle way. This particular buckle is so popular, it was even worn by former U.S. President, George W. Bush.View full product details