Our products are handcrafted for the best quality possible
Marsh Brothers was established by Ernie and Teresa Marsh in 1990, as Marsh Bit & Spur.
Here the discerning horse person can find the finest quality bits, spurs and silver work by Ernie Marsh, an internationally respected artist. The unique engraving style, artistry and quality of craftsmanship combined the traditions of the past has led to his reputation as one of today's finest contemporary makers.
Marsh Brothers Silver & Saddle Shop now has two remote locations to serve you!
The store, Marsh Brothers Silver & Saddle Shop, is located in Etna, Wyoming on Hwy 89. The Etna Store is run by our longtime partner, Dennis Hensley. Here Dennis makes custom saddles. While Ernie and Teresa focus on bridle bits, spurs, jewelry and silverwork at their studio outside of Lovell, Wyoming.
Ernie and Teresa's studio outside of Lovell, Wyoming sits on the Big Horn River. There they producing Ernie's handmade bits, spurs and their collaborative line of sterling silver and gold jewelry, and since 1998, they have been producing the traditional style stainless bridle bits first produced and made famous by noted bit maker, Al Tietjen of Reno, Nevada.1970-1985. Al Tietjen Bits have now become a Marsh Brothers standard product with a variety of cheek and mouthpiece combinations to suit your needs.
Visit the Gallery to view past pieces of work that Ernie has created, some of which have appeared in national publications as well as western artisan shows such as the annual Traditional Cowboy Artists Association show in Oklahoma City.
In addition to Ernie being a TCAA Member, he has become a 2016 UNITED STATES ARTIST KATIE WEITZ FELLOW.
Ernie is not doing commission work on bits and spurs at this time, but the Merchandise page shows bits, spurs, jewelry and leatherwork that are currently available.
Dennis is taking custom saddle orders at this time, please visit the Saddle Shop page for more information.
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