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Silver and Connemara Marble Belt Buckle
Late Victorian silver belt buckle crafted by the Birmingham silversmiths Aidie & Lovekin, hallmarked for the year 1897.
An upright rectangular outline with extended rounded corners and a gentle curve for comfort when wearing.
Showing fine detail to the silverwork and set with individual plaques of Connemara marble with its distinctively varying shades of dark and light olive green that are so typical.
Clearly marked on both the front and the back and measuring a fraction below 7.5 cm high by 3.75cm wide.