Cowboy & Horse Charms

Cowboy & Horse Charms

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Cowboy & Horse Charms

Create the best-looking Western-inspired jewelry with Xinar’s cowboy charms and horse charms in 925 sterling silver. Xinar’s collection is constantly updated, and we aim to provide only the best-looking silver charms for your workbench. We believe that the best way to express artistry is by using the correct materials. If you are into DIY crafting and designing charm bracelets, necklaces, and similar items, you must use only silver charms designed and cast by masters in the industry. Our silver manufacturer also adhered to FTC’s standards on nickel-free and lead-free jewelry, making our silver charms ideal for people who have nickel sensitivity.

The History of the Cowboy

Hundreds of years before the American cowboy, there was the vaquero, an expert horseman renowned for his ability to herd cattle and prowess with a lasso.

The original vaqueros were primarily Indigenous American men who wrangled cattle on horseback. However, a long-forgotten history of horsemanship in the Americas connects the vaqueros to the colonial past.

By the late 1700s, the vaqueros, derived from the Spanish word vaca (cow), would become renowned for their abilities and adaptability as Spain expanded its North American empire westward. Before the widespread adoption of cattle branding and modern ranching styles, Rangel asserts, the work of vaqueros was critical in a culture where food was frequently scarce.

While Spaniards have a long history of horsemanship, life on the rugged terrain of North America demanded something more. What distinguishes the vaquero from other horseback riders is their ability to braid rope. They fashioned their saddles. They tamed wild horses and threw the lasso.

In the mid-nineteenth century, the United States expanded its railroad network westward, and cowboys played a critical role in its “Manifest Destiny,” as westward expansion resulted in a constantly shifting frontier.

They rounded up and herded livestock shipped across the country by rail for sale. Cowboys would brand the cattle to indicate which ranch they belonged to by burning a unique mark. Between eight and twelve cowboys were required to move about three thousand cattle.

By the end of the Civil Way, the Northern beef supply was already depleted, thereby expanding the need for more cattle. Additionally, the expansion of the meatpacking industry boosted beef consumption.

By 1866, millions of longhorn cattle had been rounded up and herded into railroad depots. Cattle were sold for as much as $40 per head to northern markets.

Ranching remained popular into the late nineteenth century. White settlers were permitted to claim public lands as “open range” to raise purchased cattle on the Great Plains.

However, by the 1890s, the majority of land had been privatized due to the resolution of land ownership disputes and the widespread use of barbed wire.

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Specifications

• Purity .925

• Size 3/4″ x 1/2″

• Weight 2.0 grams

• 3-D

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Specifications

• Purity .925

• Size 1/2″ x 7/8″

• 2.2 grams

• 3-D

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Show off your love for Appaloosa horses with this beautiful sterling silver charm. The intricate details and high-quality craftsmanship make it a must-have accessory.
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Embrace the grace of Arabian steeds with this exquisite sterling silver charm, a timeless symbol of beauty and strength.

 

 

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Show off your love for Arabian horses with this charming sterling silver horse charm. A beautiful addition to any bracelet or necklace.

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Celebrate the thrill of bull riding with this eye-catching sterling silver charm. The perfect addition to any jewelry collection. Get yours today!

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Add a touch of equestrian elegance to your charm bracelet with this stunning sterling silver English Saddle Charm. Perfect for horse lovers and riders alike!
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Show off your love for rodeo and Western culture with this stunning sterling silver bronco rider charm. A must-have for any charm bracelet.

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Spice up your jewelry collection with this sterling silver bucking bronco charm inspired by the Wild West. Express your passion for horses in the most perfect way possible!

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Discover the perfect accessory for any whip enthusiast with our Sterling Silver Bull Whip Charm. Add a touch of elegance to your collection today!
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Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this sterling silver concho charm is a must-have for any jewelry lover. Shop now and enhance your style!
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Show off your love for all things Western with this stunning sterling silver cowboy boots charm. The perfect addition to any charm bracelet or necklace.

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Elevate your charm collection with this intricately detailed sterling silver English Saddle Charm. The perfect gift for horse lovers.
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Add a touch of elegance to your jewelry collection with this stunning sterling silver galloping horse charm. Perfect for horse lovers!
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Add a touch of equestrian elegance to your charm bracelet with this exquisite sterling silver horse brush charm. A must-have for any horse enthusiast!
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Embrace your love for horses with this exquisite sterling silver horse head charm. The perfect addition to your charm bracelet or necklace, it’s a symbol of grace and strength.

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Xinar's Shipping Policy

The domestic shipping charge is a flat rate of $3.95, no matter how many items you wish to purchase.

Priority mail is a flat rate of $8.25.

Canada shipping is a flat rate of $15.00.

International shipping is a flat rate of $17.00.

Items shipped via United States Postal Service with tracking.

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