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Scottish Silver & Enamel Belt Buckle*
Scottish Arts & Crafts sterling silver belt buckle featuring two pairs of swans, their long necks intertwined in an entrelac pattern.
A one-piece, semi circular outline with rounded bottom corners, the four swans are seen against a hammered background with a centrally placed green enamelled disc above.
Some inevitable wear to the silver can be seen on the right-hand pair but otherwise the buckle is in good overall condition, commensurate with age.
Dating from circa 1900 and 10 cm wide by 5.5 cm high.