Historic Pair Kelly Spurs with Heavy Navajo Silver Buckles

This set of spurs with heavy large stamped buckles belonged to Eva H. Baird who, according to her descendants owned and ran the Jemez Inn and Trading Post from 1932 through 1951 at Jemez Springs, New Mexico.    The buckles are coin silver with heavy stamping and the letters "E H B" soldered along the top.  The Kelly spurs are stamped on each at the back with "Kelly" with faint letters underneath.  The rowel is a five pointed star.  The leather is old and somewhat brittle.  Please note there is a coordinating belt buckle available and is shown in the fifth image.  This is an interesting spur set with a lot of real history.

Buckle L.2 1/2": W. 2"

c.  1930
Sold #7598B

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