Saddle Accouterments

“There are not enough Indians in the world to defeat the Seventh Cavalry.” George Armstrong Custer

A wide, padded blue strap with buckles on both ends, placed on a light-colored surface.Civil War Girth
Made with correct type 4 1/2″ wool webbing.
Features black roller buckles and D-ring.
My standard length is approx. 26″ from outside of D-ring to outside of roller buckle.
I can make it longer or shorter if you need a different length.

A red horse cinch with leather buckles and straps lying flat on a teal textured surface.CS Style Girth

4″ Red Cotton Webbing
Russet or Black leather available

A navy blue camera strap with black leather ends and metal buckles placed on a beige surface.Surcingle
Made with 3 1/2″ blue wool webbing.
Black leather standard.
Russet also available.
3 1/2″ webbing available @$10 per foot

Standard Model Breast Strap
Features large stamped brass heart with tie down ring.
Buckle Options: Black roller buckles, brass or black horseshoe buckles available.
Black or russet available.
Add $20 for lined model

*All of my breast straps are available with or without snap on the piece that connects to the girth.

A gold heart-shaped pendant is attached to a navy blue ribbon with an intertwined white pattern.

Officer Model Breast Strap
Features small eagle brass heart
with brass buckles and fancy stitching.


A yellow and black boomerang with a heart-shaped design in the center, placed on a beige carpet.Officers Breast Strap, Yellow Inlay
Yellow leather body with black bound leather edges
Small Eagle Heart

Black leather horse saddle on a wooden stand against a wooden wall.Individual Saddle Parts

Available in black or russet leather.

Sold in pairs.

Stirrup Straps
Black or brass buckles. Sold in pairs.

Hooded Stirrups
Includes toe strap. Sold by the pair.
U.S. Embossing Available
3″ – $95.00
4″ – $105.00

Wooden Frames only. Sold by the pair.
3″ – $55.00
4″ – $65.00

Complete quarter strap assembly
Includes front, rear, off side, near side straps.
Sewn onto spaded D rings. Includes saddlebag stud and rivets.

Off Side Girth strap only

Near Side Girth strap only

Skirts, (state seat size)
$150.00 pair

Coat Straps

Correct buckles sewn on.
Black or brass bar buckles, horseshoe, or roller buckles available.
Black or Russet leather

Set of Six $65.00

Individual $11.00

Two black leather saddlebags hang side by side over a wooden railing indoors.

“Leavenworth Arsenal”

1859 Saddlebags

Standard US issue.
These are made with welting just like the originals.
Two pockets per bag.
Civil War bar frame buckles.
Black Standard.
Russet available.
Please note I only cut the footman loop slots if they are going on one of my saddles.
Other saddles may be different.
If you want me to cut the slots, you need to send me a template.



A pair of black leather saddlebags with yellow trim and gold buckles on a light-colored fabric background.Officer’s Model Saddlebags

Civil War type saddlebags.

Features yellow leather binding on flaps, yellow welting, and brass buckles.


Y-Strap Saddlebags

Popular style of the 1860’s.
Available in black or russet. Russet shades will vary.
These are designed to fit a McClellan saddle.
I can also make them for Hopes or A-Forks, please specify!


Black leather bracelet with a buckle clasp lying on a neutral surface.Carbine Thimble

Heavy leather molded into hourglass shape with correct Civil War bar buckle attached to strap.



A black leather knife sheath with two securing straps and a strap for attachment.Carbine Boot

Indian War, early model without the brass throat.

Made to fit 45/70 Springfield Carbine.



A round canteen with "U.S." printed on the cover, featuring a metal cap and a leather strap.

Indian Wars Period Canteen

Stainless Steel. Complete with cork, brass ring and chain.
Mounted strap with snap included.
These have a rectangular strap hanger whereas the originals had a triangular hanger.
Tan canvas with “US” stencil


Mounted Canteen strap only

Includes ORIGINAL snap.
I have a limited number of unissued original snaps.


Carrico’s Leatherworks

Carrico’s Leatherworks