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Belt, A Buckle, Western, Bull Rider, Ricardo Attribution, Vintage ‘40s, 342

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All you need is 8 seconds and you will fall in love with this belt and buckle pair. It starts with a vintage leather strap detailed with floral tooling. The German silver square belt buckle is detailed with a raised bronze bull riding scene, diamond-shaped accents and a blank trophy banner below the bull rider. Along the edge of the buckle is a notched border. This vintage piece could tell a lot of stories and we hope you will be able to add to its history.

AMAZING RARE DESIGN OLD 1940’S ERA RICARDO VINTAGE WESTERN AMERICAN CUSTOM MADE **BULL RIDING** COWBOY RODEO SILVER, BRASS & BRONZE SINGLE BANNER TROPHY BELT BUCKLE—- If you collect or like to wear rare old American cowboy buckles, this one’s for you!!!  It features a HUGE raised bronze BULLRIDING scene, diamond shaped accents, a brass blank trophy banner and a rare notched border design. There are no maker or material hallmarks…….which was not uncommon on these 1940’s to 1950’s era Western American buckles

  • artist: attributed to Don Ricardo
  • materials: german silver, brass, aged leather strap
  • nice vintage condition
  • surface abrasions commensurate with age
  • nice patina 
  • age to leather strap
  • wear from use
  • style #Belt-342
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  • We celebrate aging. In ourselves, and in our jewelry. We want the true age of the piece to be represented, so we do not perform any type of cleaning or polishing. If the item is oxidized when we acquire it, that is precisely how you will receive it.