Series 5 LSC117 – ANT
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Materials: Silver plated base with natural copper detail. Antique finish.
Warranty: Lifetime warranty for normal wear and tear
This rodeo buckle is perfect for any event. Without sacrificing style, it offers plenty of room to personalize your specific award any way you want. It has room for the organization, award category, species, and the recipient’s name. It offers a unique rounded scallop shape that makes it stand out from the traditional buckle design. The design layout and color palette give the LSC 117 Antique a regal flair. Its vivid antiqued background not only draws the eye, but serves as a subtle backdrop for the information on the buckle. Copper accents are placed in the corners to frame the copper lettering and the middle motif.
The LSC 117 is perfect for individual customization. With a large open frosted background, you can add the color of your choice that best fits your personality. Mix and match colors until you find the perfect combo. Our dedicated sales people will be able to send you a full color outline of your buckle giving you the opportunity to tweak your vision. They will draw on their years of experience to assist you in bringing your ideas to the buckle. All of this customization is free of charge. Lone Star Silversmith strives to provide the highest quality custom awards for the best price. That means no nickel and diming, like charging you for every letter, stone, and change. In the vast majority of cases, the only limit is the space on the buckle.
Our rodeo buckles are handmade, but incorporate the latest tools and technology. All of the intricate detail and amazing designs you see on the buckles are created by drawing on generations of traditional techniques and skill. Each letter, each floral is cut out one by one by a master silversmith. Once all the design work and customization is finished, and the buckle has been examined for quality and accuracy, it is sent to be plated with sterling silver, gold, and copper. Using the state of the art technology, the precious metals are bonded to the surface of the buckle with an electrical charge. The buckle is then cleaned and checked again for errors or impurities. The background is then painted, stones are set, and the whole piece is polished to a brilliant luster. The final step involves a micro thin of layer of lacquer applied to the buckle to ensure that it never tarnishes or dims.