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Belt, A Vintage, Concho, Turquoise, 3rd Phase Revival, Harry Morgan Hallmark, 156

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The late Harry Morgan was a widely renowned and highly revered Navajo silversmith; he came from a family of well-known artisans and served as a mentor to several more, like his brother-in-law Kirk Smith. His work is highly sought after and collectible. This third-phase revival style concho belt displays the intricacy of his work, featuring classic oval scalloped conchos with turquoise center stones alternating with butterfly style conchos, all arranged on a dark leather strap with an ornately stamped buckle with turquoise cabochons. It’s a one-of-a-kind collector’s piece.

Harry Morgan(1946-2007; Navajo). Revival or retro style; boxes; buckles; canteens.  Harry Morgan worked as a silversmith professionally since 1965. Brother of Henry and Pete Morgan. Father of Jacob Morgan. Nephew of Charlie Bitsui. Multiple award winner.


  • artist: Harry Morgan (d)
  • affiliation: Navajo
  • hallmarks: H MORGAN STERLING
  • materials: sterling silver, turquoise, tooled leather strap
  • buckle: 3" x 2 3/4"
  • concho: 2 3/16" x 2 1/4"
  • butterfly: 1 1/8" x 2 1/16"
  • belt: fits a 33"
  • weight: 375 grams
  • nice vintage condition
  • stones are secure in their settings
  • no stone chips or hairline fractures
  • silver has a nice patina
  • style: Belt-156
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