This Sterling Silver three-piece buckle set was created by Bohlin in 1930. It was originally called the "New York" and later made famous as a high profile costume element for "Hopalong Cassidy."
Edward Bohlin created a brand that is as iconic as the famed Western stars that wore it, from such film heroes as Hopalong Cassidy, the Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, and the Cisco Kid.
Bohlin specializes in custom or one-of-a-kind pieces. More than 50% of their production is dedicated to custom work, and 100% of their design and production is in-house. It is the high-class merchandise that counts!
Bohlin designed solid gold buckles set with diamonds, rubies, and sapphires for Gene Autry and businessman Adolph Weinberg, while featured in the center of the shop, shown off in a maple-trimmed glass case, was The Big Saddle, Bohlin’s personal rig that reportedly took 14 years to make.
As the Bohlin Company approaches its 100th anniversary in 2020, the brand is secure, as much a part of the West as the men and women who wore it.