Western Saddle Maker Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for a Western Saddle Maker is $35,006 a year and $17 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Western Saddle Maker is between $27,030 and $41,489.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Cuts, assembles, and joins leather parts and other materials to form saddle, following specifications, such as size of saddle, color and grain of leather, or type of saddle: cuts out parts, according to specifications.
Joins edges of parts to form saddle tree cover, using needle and thread or stitching machine.
Positions covering and cushioning materials, such as cotton batting, foam rubber, or mohair over saddle tree.
Joins covering to saddle tree, using cement, nails, needle and thread, or stitching machine.
Attaches accessories or ornamentation to saddle with rivets or needle and thread.
Applies paint and liquid dressing to produce glossy finish, using brush or sponge.
May cut and stamp lettering and decorative designs into surface of leather, leather stamper.
May be designated according to type of saddle made as western-saddle maker.
May specialize in replacement of damaged saddle parts, such as cushioned seats, canvas girths, cinches, and saddle bags, and be designated saddler.
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