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Retired Couple Sells Handmade Products at the Tulsa State Fair

The Tulsa State Fair isn’t shying away from an agriculture theme. Diamond C Western’s Johnny Cobb says he and his wife make western decor for the home. They use spurs, horseshoes, and steer horns to make products like wine racks, coffee tables, and switchblade covers.

The Cobbs are retired. Johnny says “he likes to go out in the shop and play” and his wife likes to sew. He says, “It gives us something to do then we have to get rid of it. We are very proud that people like what we design.” The Cobbs travel from Pryor to do business at cowboy trade day shows and the Tulsa State Fair.