Spaghetti Western Replicas' Spurs
Spaghetti Western Replicas may possibly have been the original source of Straightline Collectibles' and Kokkado's spurs.
We’re not in business anymore. We closed it down 2 years ago.... it had reached the point that our craftspeople and suppliers were retiring and none of the younger generation wanted to learn the trade.....so it became an end to an era. It was a sad day. We had the real deal....heirlooms not costumes. We sold all over the world for 17 years. It was fun and we “met” a lot of people. - Diana Martinez
Actually we conducted business out of our basement and had an internet only business....we sold all over the world. - Diana Martinez
We didn't actually supply other companies with our merchandise but we had several people who purchased our items then used them for patterns and reproduced them at a lesser price and much lesser quality.... all of our items were of very high quality and an heirloom. Sadly the copycats even used some of our pictures or took pictures of our product then sent their inferior product to people. One copycat even used our sterling silver rattlesnake to make a mold for his plastic rattlesnakes.....we heard from a bunch of customers over that one. - Diana Martinez
We ended up going through 4 apprentices of Andy Anderson (the original holster maker of Clint's gunrig) that had copies of the original patterns.... our last craftsman was in his 80s and his hands weren't cooperating anymore. - Diana Martinez