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Vintage 1970s Aubrey Beardsley Woman Holding Flower Pewter Belt Buckle Braided Leather Belt

A vintage mid-to-late 1970s Aubrey Beardsley pewter buckle on a leather belt.

The buckle features an Aubrey Beardsley woman (from Le Morte D'Arthur) holding a single flower. Beardsley was an English illustrator (1872 – 1898) and one of the most controversial artists of the Art Nouveau period, with works featuring erotica and the grotesque.

The oval pewter buckle is by Indiana Metal Craft, a belt buckle production company started in 1975. The braided belt is in a warm medium brown leather.

The buckle is in very good vintage condition.
The leather belt is in good condition with some discoloration and scuff marks.

Size:
The buckle is 2” wide by 2-1/8” high
The leather belt is 1-3/4” high by 35-1/2” long. It may fit from a 31” to 35-1/4” waist (extra holes may be punched to fit a slightly larger waist size)