She was a sharpshooter whose skill led her to star in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and made her a national celebrity. She won numerous medals for her marksmanship, performed for royalty, and remains a legendary figure of the American West. But what really put the “sharp” in sharpshooter were her conchos––sculpted silver pieces inlaid with stones––that decorated everything from her belt to her gun holster.
Our Turquoise Concho Collection is a tip of the cowboy hat to these trail blazing accessories of the wild west and to the spirited gunslinger who wore them so well. To get the style worthy of our customers we went to the place where spaghetti westerns like “A Fistful of Dollars” and “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” were born––Italy. Our artisans have infused this collection with the undeniable elegance of Italian design.
Each generous enhanced turquoise cabochon is framed in sterling silver that has been coaxed into a form that could have easily been forged by a blacksmith wielding a hammer on red hot silver.
This is a lot of gorgeous blue turquoise and sterling silver in an Italian made design for the price. Go to a high-falutin’ designer store and prepare to be overcharged for nothing more than a hill of beans. We’re straight shooters and don’t upcharge for a name, so you can take home the whole lock, stock and barrel for an aim-to-please price.