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5/26/2012 10:31:00 AM
The art of saddle-making lives on in downtown Williams
Leather goods and more at Deberge Saddlery
Tamera Bloomberg begins work on a custom saddle.
Tamera Bloomberg begins work on a custom saddle.
Tamera Bloomberg repairs a saddlebag. She can be found leatherworking in the shop daily.
Tamera Bloomberg repairs a saddlebag. She can be found leatherworking in the shop daily.

Classic western wear, fine handcrafted leather items and much more can be found at DeBerge Saddlery and Western Outfitters, located at 213 W. Route 66 and 316 W. Route 66 in

downtown Williams.



The famed local business is a leather lover's dream come true and a great stop for any fan of the southwest. Owner Tamera Bloomberg invites locals and tourists to check out all the great offerings at DeBerge Saddlery and Western Outfitters.



Bloomberg continues to maintain an Old West tradition for a number of years offering leather garments, boots, hats, western apparel, sandals, belts, and wallets. Since taking ownership of the saddle shop, she has added more ladies garments and rock and roll cowgirl merchandise. Both stores offer lots of inventory made in the USA.

Bloomberg and DeBerge Saddlery were recently featured in an edition of Highroads, AAA's travel magazine, which also included a television segment with Dan Davis. The smell of leather is predominate in the popular shop on Route 66, where Bloomberg can be found leatherworking at any given time. Bloomberg makes a number of purses and belts herself and continues to create saddles, chaps, fun leather and saddlebags daily.

DeBerge Saddlery and Western Outfitters are open seven days a week with plenty of new inventory in the stores including Ariat, Nocona, Corral, Dan Post Boots, Minnetonka Moccasins, leather garments, belts, purses and so much more. There's something for everyone.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Article comment by: Eliana Sinker

My husband and I were at Williams AZ about 2 years ago and had the opportunity to hop at DeBerge Saddlery. Great store, we bought cowboy boots, moccasins, saddle purse, wallat, shirts, and my favorite a beautiful suede jacket, we had so much fun. We loved Williams, our trip to the grand canyon and all the wonderful shops. We are looking forward to going back for another visit. Perhaps ?one day we would live there.



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