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Antique Liberty & Co hallmarked sterling silver buckle with purple guilloche enamelling. Stamped 1910. Approx 8 cm long & 40g

Sterling silver buckle by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1905

Hallmarked sterling silver floral buckle, Hallmarked Birmingham 1910 - Reynolds & Westwood, approx 32.2 grams

An enamel and silver buckle and buttons; J.Atkin & Son, Birmingham 1910. (fitted case)

A silver buckle, rectangular with canted corners, in halves, engraved with scrolls; marked Goldsmiths hall Coy, Stg silver. 7 x 5.3 cm

An Australian silver buckle, plain rectangular, in halves; marked St silver. 6 x 3.8 cm

A Victorian silver buckle; Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1899. Width 4.5 cm

A hallmarked sterling silver buckle; 73 x 64mm, London 1898

Ornate Sterling silver decorative buckle hallmarked Birmingham 1908

Ornately pierced silver belt buckle, with cherub decoration

Ornate antique sterling silver belt buckle, heart decoration, hallmarked Birmingham 1899

Ornate antique sterling silver belt buckle, decorated with birds 7 hearts, hallmarked Birmingham 1896

Antique sterling silver belt buckle, with floral decoration, hallmarked Birmingham 1906

Three antique sterling silver rose cut diamond 19th century buckles

A Victorian silver buckle; Reynolds & Westwood, Birmingham 1897.

Continental silver and mother of pearl Ship theme buckle silver unmarked

Liberty & Co sterling silver and enamel buckle, Birmingham 1911

A silver buckle, engraved and pierced; G.E.Walton, Birmingham 1911

A Victorian silver buckle, rectangular, cast, pierced, with foliate ornament; Loewe Rosenthal, London 1886

A Victorian silver buckle pierced and cast with Renaissance revival ornament, E.F.Braham overmarking H Matthews, Birmingham 1883

A silver hunting dog buckle, sterling silver, handmade as two interlocking squared cushion shaped panels of beaten silver work in brushed finish, each overlaid with a hunting dog profile in relief to each panel, gold coloured, fitted with appropriate buckl

A George III silver buckle, Charles Hougham, London c.1790

An Edwardian silver buckle of two sections of pierced foliate design surrounded by scrolling arabesques. London 1901 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd

Superb Art Nouveau silver plated buckle set with paste, makers mark to clasp

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