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Stringer's Diamond Cut Buckle Company

Jewelry

 

Travis Stringer, Proprietor

Est. 1993 - Baker City, Oregon

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Stringerís Diamond Cut Buckle Company was established in 1993 by Travis Stringer, sole proprietor and artist.  Mr. Stringer, 32 comes from a small ranching community in eastern Oregon.  Through the family ranching tradition, he developed a deep appreciation for the authentic western cowboy lifestyle and traditions.  Mr. Stringer has discriminating taste for the intricate and ornate traditional silver western horse gear and applied his artistic talents to create his own original art.

Mr. Stringer attended Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon where he was a top national contender in college rodeo as a saddle bronc rider.  In 1993 Mr. Stringer was severely injured in a rodeo accident resulting in overwhelming physical disability.  However through his tenacious character he overcame his disability and went on to pursue his artistic talent.  The result of that determination is obvious.

Mr. Stringer was trained and apprenticed under five different silversmith craftsmen and has created his own unique and exceptional style.  Mr. Stringer has owned and operated Stringerís Diamond Cut Buckle Company out of Baker City, Oregon for the last seven years.  He has created numerous custom art and exclusive jewelry pieces, including many heirloom models.  He has sent seven memorial buckles to the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada and was acknowledged in the professional rodeo magazine.  He has had the privilege of making numerous pieces of jewelry, buckles and lapel pins for Miss Rodeo Nevada, Miss Rodeo Idaho and several Miss Rodeo Americas.  He now feels it would be an honor to share his skills and talent with others through the United States with this exceptional western style of exclusive art.

Travis Stringer

travisstringer@msn.com

 

Copyright Stringer's Diamond Cut Buckle Company, 2005