- The item represented is a horse saddle. Flaps, girth straps, and stirrup leathers are typically made from animal skins taken from cattle, pig, sheep, or deer; cowhide is the most common skin used in saddle making. Saddle trees can be composed of several materials, including beech wood, fiberglass, plastic, laminated wood, steel, aluminum, and iron, and of course leather and skin.
- The technique used is the old traditional handmade technique for creating saddles.
- In medieval times, Spain became one of the most important exporters of the Western modern saddles for Spanish colonies in America during the colonization era.
This video shows all the steps necessary for creation of the saddle.