Etymology
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saddlery (n.)

mid-15c., "occupation or trade of a saddler," from saddler + -y (1). From 1841 as "place where saddles are made or sold," in this sense perhaps from or felt as saddle (n.) + -ery.

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Definitions of saddlery

saddlery (n.)
gear for a horse;
Synonyms: stable gear / tack
saddlery (n.)
workshop where a saddler works;
From wordnet.princeton.edu