Do saddle silver sets depreciate saddle value?

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    03-31-2013, 06:37 PM
Do saddle silver sets depreciate saddle value?

Do saddle silver sets depreciate saddle value?
I just got this lovely synthetic to do local open shows with. I would like more silver on it and was considering purchasing a saddle silver set. It wouldn't be a huge deal to mount things due to the price I paid for the saddle. But would it be bad to put silver on it as it is a synthetic, and would it affect the later value?

I would purchase a set like this: Royal King Saddle Silver Set
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    03-31-2013, 06:41 PM
If they are a good quality silver and attached properly, meaning not crooked or uneven.
    04-02-2013, 10:19 AM
Green Broke
Honestly, since this is synthetic, I would skip silver on it.

Get nice headstall, make sure your clothes are nice, and have a nice blanket, and go low key.

Save the money for better saddle is what I would do.

If you add silver, to me it would draw more attention to saddle being synthetic?

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