Terry Underhill and Bub Warren have reopened their shop in Redmond, Glen Douglas Warren, at the old potato shed building on 337 Railroad Way. They spent the past two years on Highway 97 operating Cowboy Trading Post. Outgrowing that building, they moved to their new building and will continue to offer museum quality Pendleton Bags and purses as well as western style furniture pieces.
“Recently I finished a bed headboard bench, fully leather carved, with salt and pepper cowhide back, sterling silver from John Hyde at Yamsi, Oregon and rawhided by Bill Black of Plush, Oregon,” explained Warren. The bench incorporated four craftsman, including Brent Gourley who made the wooden bench.
“We are an upscale store, selling custom saddles and leatherwork, furniture, art, bags, gun leathers, jewelry, native American beading and collectible salesman sample saddles for that ultimate collector of our western traditions and past.”
The location, if off the beaten path, is a short distance from downtown Redmond. “Central Oregon has become a destination for many years now and we are like committed to offer opportunity for tourist to take home items hand made in Central Oregon,” offers Warren.
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