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Horseshoe Cowboy Wine Server
These whimsical cowboys are using teamwork at their favorite watering hole to sample your wine. One holds the bottle while his buddy supports its neck and leans back to catch the nectar. Complete with kerchiefs and leather fringe chaps, these Westerners are sure to bring a smile to all who sit at your dining table.

Horseshoe Name Sign

Geronimo made this lovely horseshoe directional sign for the Singer and Schalau families who wanted to make it easier for their friends to find their way when they came to visit and enjoy the breathtaking views. The homes are situated atop a mountain overlooking Roseburg, Oregon.

Horseshoe Name Sign

Emily and Megan Waldron, ages 10 and 12, contracted Geronimo to create a sign made from horseshoes for the front gate of the family's new horse farm outside Roseburg, not far from the Country Club. Geronimo mounted the sign on a neck yoke from a team of horses. The sign was a Christmas present from the girls to their parents. 

Horseshoe Halter/Bridle Hanger

Made of used shoes from pony 0 to saddle horse size 2. These hangers can be used in the barn for your tack or in the home as coat hooks. Finish is natural or fire-colored in the forge. Fire colors vary from bronze to purple. Verathane coated to retard rusting.

Pony Shoe Cowboy

The charm of the old west is yours with this pony shoe cowboy sculpture. Approximately 7" in height, our cowboy with lariat comes in wrought iron black.

Revolving Horseshoe Hat & Coat Rack
This wrought iron black coat rack is constructed with four heeled and toed logging horse draft shoes as its base. Rising from the base is a 1" diameter shaft approximately 5 1/2' in height. About 3 1/2' up from the base there are 3 heeled and toed Diamond Trail Shoes to hold your umbrellas and walking sticks. 1 1/2' above these you will find 4 half shoes for children to hang their coats. Affixed high on the top is a circle of 10 shoes with half shoes attached as coat hooks. The circle freely revolves to bring your coat or hat within easy reach.
   Seldom in ones life time does one have the opportunity to acquire rare material for use in artwork. When Geronimo chanced upon a small quantity of Diamond Saddle Shoes, the manufacture of which was discontinued over 50 years ago, he realized the uniqueness of this find. He then designed and constructed this beautiful coat rack to showcase these shoes, spending over a year working on it when he could find spare time in the late evening hours. There can never be another one like it because of the rarity of the shoes used in building it.
   This coat rack represents an unusual combination of quality workmanship, uniqueness, usefulness and durability. If horses are your passion, you will absolutely LOVE this one-of-a-kind item. 

Click here to see close up pictures of this unique coat rack!

Horseshoe Door Knocker

There will be no doubt that horse lovers live in your house when your front door has this stylish door knocker mounted on it. Finish is natural or fire-colored in the forge. Fire colors vary from bronze to purple. Verathane coated to retard rusting. Properly installed the door knocker will give a couple hundred years of good service.

 

All horseshoe art items are made from shoes worn by horses ridden on the back roads of Oregon.

 

Sorry, but none of these items are available for purchase any longer. We keep them on the web site for your enjoyment and perhaps artistic inspiration.

 

This entire web site is copyright protected.  1996-2001 Geronimo & Mary Bayard,  2001-2009 Mary Bayard Fitzpatrick
All rights reserved. Contact Mary for reproduction information & permission.