Hechden Mexican Sterling Silver Belt Buckle. This fascinating piece is 25.5cm wide as the crow flies from point to point at the back, or 28.5cm wide across the curved front. It is 9.5cm high, and the buckle would take a belt up to 42mm. Belt buckles have been used in tribes of our early Hunter-Gatherer ancestors, throughout Ancient Rome and China, and in early America. Military buckles were very popular in the Civil War era, and Western and Indian buckles morphed to become the iconic trend of the Cowboy belt buckle. This belt buckle is particularly precious as it is made from sterling silver, while most were made from pewter, brass, or copper. You can find out more about the history of the belt buckle here. Not quite what you’re looking for? Check out some other sterling items: Sterling Silver and Topaz Tiara, Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Spoon c.1900, Coburg Harriers Silver Medal 1932.
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