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.
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)