Angora Pommel Bags
Marked: John Clark, Maker
Western Saddle Bags
Because most towns had banned the carrying of side arms, pommel bags with hidden holsters became popular in the latter part of 1885. Such an example, are these newly made angora trimmed pommel bags. Without a doubt, these Western saddle bags would make a beautiful display for a western theme gun room or saddle accouterment.
John Clark, Maker Marked
These pommel bags are newly made and marked “John Clark, Maker, Shakopee, MN“. In addition, the bags are expertly hand tooled in the early type patterns. Thus, they are beautifully made in the style and construction of those from the 1880’s. Most noteworthy, is the white and shiny angora wool trim on the lower bag covers. Furthermore, the buckles are hand made of German silver along with decorative engraving. Also, old style copper rivets are used throughout.
The right side has a holster sewn to the pouch that accepts a Colt SAA – see photo. In addition, the left side has a flap covered pocket sewn to the pouch. For the reason that these show no use what-so-ever, the bags are of the highest quality.
Colt SAA shown in gun leather photos not included.
Clarks Antiques – Antique Gun Leather – Angora Pommel Bags – Price $1,275.00