The Buckmark came on the scene in 1978 when it first appeared on the Browning Centennial catalog. Since that time it has become one of the most recognizable logos in the outdoor world. Originally, it was designed to be embroidered onto the Browning line of clothing. There are many rumors as to the meaning of the logo but according to Browning, it means nothing, just a name they came up within a marketing meeting.
Since its introduction, it has been changed very little. With his piece, a doe head has been combined to form a heart. This is not an official Browning Logo but nonetheless has become very popular. Unlike most of our pieces, this is not an in-house design. Because of many requests BMMA now offers both designs.
The piece measures 8 1/2 inches tall and 6 1/2 inches wide. Cut from12 gauge steel. The piece is then handed detailed and hand painted with automotive grade primer then hand painted. It is then sealed with an automotive grade clear coat. Clear Coat is UV protected. This makes this piece maintenance free. Each piece is handcrafted and hand-painted so the design and color may vary. It comes with a chain attached for hanging.
BMMA will be glad to custom cut a Buckmark to your specifications and your color choice. Please contact us for pricing on larger sizes.
Unless requested by a Customer we do not use clip art or purchased designs. Like our other designs, this is an in-house Copyrighted© design. This is an heirloom quality piece that will be appreciated for generations to come.
For more details on the procedures, BMMA uses in producing pieces visit the process section of our website BlueMesaMetalArts.com