Definition of saddlery
: the trade, articles of trade, or shop of a saddler
Recent Examples of saddlery from the Web
At the turn of the century, as horses and buggies evolved into automobiles, Mark Cross turned away from saddlery and began to supply luggage options for travel.
Hermès is a centuries-old saddlery that once supplied the carriage trade.
The region is also known for its saddlery products (belts, harnesses, boots etc.).
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First Known Use of saddlery
SADDLERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of saddlery for English Language Learners
: the work of making, repairing, or selling saddles and other equipment for horses
: saddles and other equipment for horses
: a place where saddles and other equipment for horses is sold or stored
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