Your weekly summary for the latest goings on from the Western vendors you know and love.
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This week's highlights include businesses getting back to business, a behind-the-scenes look at an artist's process, and more.
The Bohlin Company
This year marks 100 years since the Bohlin silversmith company began their business of creating quality belt buckles, jewelry, watches, and more. Though the store is currently closed in adherence to Dallas County COVID-19 guidelines, Bohlin is taking online orders. Consider this custom knife made with sterling silver and Damascus steel.
Copper Creek Canyon Interior Outfitters
On Saturday, May 16, Indianapolis furniture store Copper Creek Canyon officially opened back up for business! Browse the store's wide selection of rustic and contemporary home goods, as well as design services.
Crawford Spurs & Saddlery
Colorado artist and silversmith Rex Crawford has been designing, handcrafting, and engraving spurs, buckles, jewelry and other decorative items since 2000. Recently he invited us behind the scenes of his creative process with a series of videos. Browse his creations online or via the Trappings of Texas art sale.
Malouf on the Plaza
Santa Fe jewelry store Malouf on the Plaza also opened back up Saturday. They are still following safety guidelines to keep employees and customers safe, and are even available for individual appointments before and after store hours.
Tim Joyner's Family Cabin
Artist Tim Joyner is usually showing us his work, but over the weekend, he took us inside his rustic family cabin on an island in Salmon Lake, Montana.