Vintage Headstall & Breast Collar Used For Native Costume Middle Eastern Made


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This is your chance to own a beautifully crafted piece of history.  Unique and antique, this set has a royal beginning. A gift from a Saudi sheikh, the vintage headstall and breast collar was acquired by John Rogers, of Rogers Arabians, in the late 1940's early 1950's.  While John Rogers worked on engineering the oil pipeline in Saudi Arabia, he made several relationships and continued to foster his love of the majestic Arabian horse breed.   In 1954, John Rogers imported Serafix, a purebred Arabian stallion from Crabbet of England.  Serafix, would become one of America's foundation Arabian studs. During many trips to the Middle East, John brought mares including Thorayya and Subaiha. In the 1980's, this dazzling breast collar and headstall was worn during a Scottsdale Arabian Native Costume costume class and went champion.  Later, it was worn and won national honors.  The set is in great display or under saddle condition.  Only 2 crystals are missing.  The facets are intact and ready for replacement gems.   At A Western Tradition, we take great pride in representing pieces to the best of our knowledge and abilities.  All measurements are to the closest approximations: The breast collar boasts- 20 tassels that measure 8" in length20 medallions

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