Old Pawn Navajo Silver Concho Buckle With Turquoise Circa 1940's
Here's an authentic Old Pawn Navajo silver concho buckle set with turquoise, and we've got a copy of the original pawn ticket to prove it. This eye-catching buckle is handmade of heavy silver. It was originally an extra concho on an old 1940's First Phase Revival belt. Its owners asked a Navajo jeweler to add the natural turquoise and convert it into a buckle. The workmanship including scalloping, stamping, and punch work is beautiful. Add to it a nicely aged patina, and you have something very special that's really the only buckle you will EVER need.
- Old Pawn Navajo silver concho buckle
- Unsigned, which is in keeping with the 1940's time period
- Heavy silver
- Measures 3 3/8" x 3"
- Fits a 1 1/2" belt strap
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