10076 New Handmade DAVID HUNT Concho Floating Spoon Bit with Copper Roller
This is a new handmade floating spoon or spade bit made by David Hunt of Panhandle, Texas. It is marked Hunt and his brand and the number 264 on the spoon. David is a well-known bit and spur maker and has been building for over a decade. David is among the select group of spur makers to provide spurs for the Texas Style Bit and Spur Makers Association Woman’s Protective Services auction along with other top makers. The bit is steel and is mounted with an engraved nickel silver concho with a copper flower and a nickel silver dot in the center of the flower. There is engraving in the steel between the mountings. The spoon has a copper roller. This would be a nice bit to use.
Measurements: Mouth Piece (between cheeks) 5 ⅜”, Mouth Piece (between collars 5”), Cheek Pieces 5 ¾”, Bars Diameter at widest ½”, Spoon Height (measured from top of spoon to bottom of bars) 2”, Bit Weight 14.8 ounces