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Check out where we found it!

Bedoya Spanish Colonial Stirrups

$145.00 - $210.00  add to cart

One of a Kind!

Only 3 available

Destination: La Paz, Bolivia

Well okay, the seven-time Bolivian National Champ Daniel Bedoya Sr. probably used a pair of stirrups, or estribos, that were a bit more modern when he was jumping to all those victories, but we doubt they had nearly as much character as these handsome wooden ones, modeled after those used in Colonial times. Originally from Potosí, we purchased them from Cecibel Martinez, at her shop on Calle Sagarnaga.


Described by some historians as “one of the most significant inventions of warfare, prior to gunpowder,” stirrups give a rider stability and were second only to the saddle in the supremacy of horse warfare, especially... Read More

Details and Dimensions

From left to right:
A: 7.5" L, 6" W, 6.5" H
B (these are a pair, sold separately): 9" L, 6" W, 7.5" H

$145.00 - $210.00  add to cart
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