Western - my daily driver (I have 2 of the same saddle, one plain, one with silver) is a custom Charles Crawley, Crates cutter, Cook reiner, 2 Herefords, Circle Y, an unknown maker pony saddle, a Cleburne and the most recent addition is a late 60s model Price-Mclaughlin. Then there's the old rough out, I think it's a Hereford.
English - an old Stubben Siegfried, 2 Collegiate Ian Millar close contacts, a teeny Blue Ribbon ap and a no name dressage saddle.
First saddle is one of my favorites, made by a guy who used to build saddles at Capriolas. It is unmarked.
The second and third is of hubbys Tip's saddle on a wade tree, the third pic is when it was shiny and new.
Fourth pic is of my Tip's, I took him the Spyder Tellar saddle I was riding in at the time and told him I wanted the same. It is built on a 3B Visalia. But when I ordered it I was working my ass off literally, now I am have to squish myself into it..LOL
Fifth pic is my hubbys new one built by Andy Stevens. The skirt corners was in the January edition of Western Horseman when they did an article on Andy.
P.S> Lovely purple saddle racks...LOL, I am trying to shame hubby into building some nice wood ones....not working obviously..LOL