Pardue Silversmith, Mike Pardue

Welcome to Pardue Silversmith


Made by hand, Midland Texas, USA


Hello, I want to welcome you to Pardue silversmith, and   

Exceptional craftsmanship, materials and attention to detail is the standard here. 

I thank you for your interest in my handmade items.  Please look around, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email,  telephone or text message at  432-894-7600 or

What people are saying about Mike Pardue:

"One hell of a guy"-New York Times

" I wish I could be more like Mike"-The most interesting man in the world

"Always an honored guest at the mansion"-Hugh Hefner

"Outstanding gentleman"-Washington Tines

"I have Mikes picture as my phones background"-Chuck Norris

"This guy is pure genius"-Albert Einstein

"My Hero"-Batman

From time to time I will be offering items for sale.  This will be various items, from knives to buckles, conchos and jewelery.   

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Recent Works

Steel and sterling, copper rope buckle

A three piece buckle set for a one inch belt. Built for Jimmy Smith, Texas

Steel and sterling trophy buckle

Graduation gifts for Ohio State Vet school graduates

Handmade buckle


Handmade Belt buckle Texas
  • *** Reusing scrap Sterling***
  • I collect all of my scrap sterling silver, small pieces, large pieces, and even the dust and fine cuttings.
  • I will clean the scrap, melt and pour into ingots, then roll the ingot into either sheets the thickness I need, or I may roll out wire.
  • Its good to be self sufficient and make whatever I am in need of.


Please feel free to give me a call, Ill be glad to answer questions and visit with you about your project and ideas.  You may also text me, and your welcome to drop by the shop, Ill be glad to show you a little of what I do and help anyway I can.

The days I Keep my gratitude higher than my expectations, I have pretty good has been a damn fine day.

Ray Wylie Hubbard