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Art Nouveau Silver Buckle by William Comyns*
Delightful Art Nouveau sterling silver belt buckle made by the London silversmiths William Comyns & Son.
Crafted in two almost identical halves, the openwork design features a display of sinuously winding stems, leaves and flowers, with the central connecting uprights showing a slightly textured finish.
The buckle has a gently contoured shape rather than being completely flat like some, ensuring extra comfort when wearing.
Each half is separately hallmarked at London for the year 1899, also showing the W.C mark for Wm. Comyns.
Approximately 9 cm wide by just a touch over 5 cm high.