Welcome to Cheaney Heritage
The Cheaney family has long been associated with quality leather goods and dates back to the 1870's in Cooke County alone. This tradition extends far and wide and Cheaney's are known makers of boots, handbags, tack and saddles. Now Carey, a sixth generation leatherworker, is putting her own spin on the trade with her handmade leather bags, clutches, and jewelry.
Her father, Bruce Cheaney, is still actively making custom saddles, bits and spurs.
Phillip Cheaney and daughter Nicole continue to make a wide range of belts and tack in the original shop of Jack Cheaney's Western Wear.
Carey's son Sage Jack Cheaney Sewell is rapidly evolving his skill set at just 17 years old. Look out for his Bronc Halters, knife sheaths, cantle bags and much more.
Where to buy Cheaney Heritage Leather goods:
Deschain Cellars on the outskirts of Gainesville on Highway 82 also has a variety of Cheaney Heritage Leather on hand. In stock items can be purchased from Carey directly, no custom orders or requests are being taken at this time. Instagram and Facebook may offer a more up to date view of recent makings along with CheaneyHeritage.com. Thank you SO much for stopping by and supporting the Cheaney family.