Spurs are not just the accessories of cowboys and outlaws, but rather, of anyone who rides a horse! These Civil War Officers Spurs are an accessory that improved an officers image and the control he exerted over his mount. This attractive spurs are crafted entirely from solid brass, having been polished to give them a very elegant and attractive look, so much so that they look as fit for a general as they do for a lower officer. The spurs are a classic Western design, featuring a feathered eagle motif, with the eagle wings making up the heel band, while the neck and head act as the shank of the spur. Attached to the head are rotating metal rowels. Elegant and ornate, these spurs are a great way to differentiate a typical cavalry soldier from an officer, as well as a great display piece to include in your own collection. They measure 5.5 inches long and 3.25 inches wide. There is no shame in hanging up your spurs, not when they are as attractive as these Civil War Officers Spurs, which would make for a fantastic gift to any horsemen you might know, as well as a great collectible to include in any Civil War collection.
- Crafted from Solid Brass Metal
- Shaped Like Open-Winged Eagles
- Features Rotating Metal Rowels
- A Great Civil War Collectible or Display Item
- Length: 5.5 Inches
- Width: 3.25 Inches
- Weight: 1 lb.