Belt, Concho Buckle, Turquoise, Navajo, Hallmark, Vintage, 1960's, 780

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Score! - the hunt for the ideal, narrow concho belt to slip through your jean belt loops is over and you get bonus points for the perfectly aged patina! This vintage belt is thin with the leather strap measuring 1” x 39” (total length) and will easily slide through your jean loops. The sterling silver buckle is a beauty, hand-stamped and set with a naturally shaped turquoise stone. It adds just the right amount of shine to this vintage piece.

  • vintage 1960s
  • hallmarked
  • estate

Note: Since this belt comes on its original strap, DDR is unable to swap a different strap.)

Ivan Kee (1936-1982; Navajo). Active 1940s-1982. Cast and nugget work; jewelry; holloware, Brother of Allen and George Kee, and husband of Inez Kee. Father of Edith Kee. Worked at theWhite Hogan and for theAtkinson’s Trading Post.

Marks: I K

Inez Kee (Navajo). Shares stamp with her husband, Ivan Kee.

Marks: I K

  • artist: Ivan & Inez Kee
  • affiliation: Navajo
  • markings: I K
  • materials: sterling silver, turquoise, leather strap
  • measurement for buckle: 2 5/8" x 1 5/8"
  • strap: fits 39", 1" x 34"
  • weight: 91 gram
  • condition: very vintage condition with light wear and oxidation
  • style number: FA780
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