True Half Scale 1890 Cheyenne Saddle

John L. Blair

Hand-carved, true half-scale, 1890 Cheyenne saddle.


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About this piece

A true half-scale size, meant to be displayed only, this saddle is the perfect gift for a young budding rider! Hand-carved leather and small sterling silver Concho accents.



15’’ D X 15’’ W X 30’’ H


5 lbs


Auburn Brown, Silver

Made of

Leather, Tapaderos, Silver Conchos

Care instructions

Gently wipe with a clean cloth.

Shipping & Delivery

Standard UPS



John L. Blair


A native of Wyoming, John L. Blair is a second-generation saddle maker who studied under his father, Neal L. Blair and Tony J. Holmes. With over forty years of saddle making experience, John has shown in Reno, Dallas, Jackson, Wyoming, at the Wyoming Pioneer Museum, Wyoming State Museum, the American Heritage Center and received a special invitation to show in Osaka, Japan. John has been featured in Saddle Making of Wyoming and Saddle Bits and Spurs, and was awarded Best Artist Historical Craftsmanship in 2013 and 2016, Best Leather Artist in 2017, and Exhibitors Choice in 2018 at the Western Design Conference in Jackson, Wyoming. John participated in the 2020 Made in America Product Showcase at the White House.

John has built saddles for Slim Pickens, Prairie Edge, Miss Rodeo Wyoming, collectors and horse people throughout the United States, among countless custom leather goods built to high standards. He resides in the lower Shell Valley in Greybull Wyoming.