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From his studio in John Day, metal worker Ernie Marsh crafts fine pieces of functional western art. He hopes his spurs, bits, gun stocks and belt buckles, engraved or inlaid with silver, will become heirlooms. They’re sought out by cowboys and collectors alike.

First Broadcast: 2000
Producer: Jeff Douglas

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