Series 7 LSC437
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Materials: Silver plated base with gold plated detail and black paint on corners.
Warranty: Lone Star Silversmiths Trophy and Western buckles have a lifetime limited warranty against normal wear and tear.
The LSC 437 is one of our most popular western buckles. It is surrounded by a border of gold beads that lead into a series of large silver beads on the sides. The top right and bottom left are separated from the rest of the buckle by a curving band of gold. The area inside has a black painted background beneath two flower shaped gold stone settings. The main face of the buckle has a brightly shining tooled silver background. The letters are hand cut gold in a block font. The center has space for a gold motif of your choice that best represents your event and organization.
One of the hallmarks of Lone Star Silversmith is our dedication to create a trophy buckle exactly to the specifications of our customers. The LSC 437 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. The majority of the time, the only limitation is what can physically fit on the buckle. All of this customization is free of charge.
Our expert sales team will work hand in hand with you to create an award that is unique to you.
Do what you want to make this buckle your own.
This trophy buckle is forged by the best artisans in the industry. Our buckles are created by blending the time honored methods of yesterday, and the cutting edge technology of today. The artists begin by carving out the shape of the buckle and etching in the designs. Exercising painstaking and exacting care, they will cut each letter, floral, and design, one by one. Once all the detail is complete, each piece is hand welded onto the base. Once assured the work is of the highest quality, sterling silver, gold and copper are electroplated onto the veneer. The trophy buckle is then sent off to be polished, where a thin protective layer is pored over it that prevents tarnishing for a lifetime. Lastly, each individual stone is fitted into the buckle.