Navajo silver headstall bridle with an iron ring bit and round braided rein. This bridle has the early forms of Navajo silver work on each and every piece of the headstall. The silver work were all filed, chiseled and stamped on thick cut leather. The two conchos on the side of the headstall were used to hide the buckles as well as the side pieces that cover the adjustment areas. The reins have the round braids and knots using leather.