Metal art made with horseshoes

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Modern cowboy horseshoe metal art derives its artistic roots from Western North Carolina. Most objects of horseshoe metal art are functional type household objects with decorative design. They are made out of worn horseshoes or shoeing nails, or both. It is an original art of America, which is abstract, decorative and geometric.

Horseshoe Crosses

Horseshoe crosses are made out of horseshoes and shoeing nails. They serve as household decoration pieces.The blacksmiths usually use black and gold metal strips to solder edge-up to a metal background.

Horseshoe Tissue Holders

Horseshoe tissue holders are symmetrically arranged portable metal objects . Their outer lines are clear and linear in style with interlaced patterns. The holders are divided into compartments with ornamented sides.

Horseshoe Tack Racks

Cowboy art metal craftsmen produce track racks, which are used as hangers for coats and hats. The artisans beautifully integrate warn pony horseshoes into the geometric functional design.

Horseshoe Furniture

Horseshoe furniture is getting to be very popular among the lovers of Western cowboy metal art. The blacksmiths forge and shape worn horseshoes into chairs and tables, which are stylish and comfortable.

Horseshoe Art Business Card Holders

Horseshoe business card holders usually have a shape of a cowboy with lasso. The "cowboy" holding the cards is made out of black painted metal. It is a fun item for any office.

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