Navajo Sandcast Belt Buckle
Product Code: DSB00031
Stone Type: Royston
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Collectible sterling silver and Royston Turquoise Navajo Sandcast Belt Buckle
by Native American artist Aaron Arroyo. This is a very nice and unique piece of Native American Indian Jewelry
. It is a sand/Tufa cast American Indian Buckle
that came from the Fort Defiance Trading Post collection, check out the Fort Defiance
story. When John Hartman purchased the Fort Defiance Trading Post collection from Francis Griswold in 1982, this Silver Buckle came to him incomplete as it was a example piece made for Francis to display in the Fort Defiance Trading Post. John added the Royston Turquoise Gemstone and the Belt Buckle hardware so it can be worn. This is a historic American Indian Jewelry item and it comes with its original carved stone that it was cast into by the Navajo Native American Indian that originally made the piece in the late 1940’s to the early 1950’s. This Navajo Sandcast Belt Buckle
is a one of a kind piece of American Frontier History that can be worn and then put on display with its partner. This Navajo Sandcast Belt Buckle
is an American Frontier heirloom that should be handed down through the family. This Navajo American Indian handmade silver Belt Buckle features the Native American hallmark "AA and Royston Turquoise".
This belt buckle will fit a 1 1/2 inch belt. This Sandcast belt buckle measures 2 inches x 3 inches. The natural AAA grade Royston Turquoise cabochon weighs 22 cts.