7153392556 SKU: 150426
ITEM TITLE Vtg Hand Crafted Signed Brian Curley Navajo Multi Gemstone Inlay Belt Buckle L6X
- Brand: Brian Curley
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: This buckle is in good used condition with a few scratches and two chips out of the Malachite stone.
- Primary Material: Sterling Silver
For your consideration is this vintage Navajo gemstone belt buckle hand crafted by Brian S. Curley who is a Native American jewelry designer. The buckle measures about 3” by 1 7/8” and has modern style horizontal inlay gemstones of black Onyx, green Malachite, blue Sodalite? and a dark marbled agate-type stone and two bands of gold-toned metal. It is inscribed in the back as “Creative Enterprises” and “Brian Curley”. This buckle is in good used condition with a few scratches and two chips out of the Malachite stone. Please see the pictures for more details.
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