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Two decorative buckles, one Art Nouveau inspired of large round form, detailed by a woman within floral garland, buckle fitting to reverse, the second of beaten bronze, Japanese inspired, presented as two vertical bars connecting three smaller bars with a

Two Chinese buckles, late Qing dynasty 19th century, the first, a tourmaline and jadeite buckle in a gilt bronze filigree and chased mount; together with a gilt bronze dragon buckle. 9.2 cm length; 6.7 cm x 3.2 cm length respectively. Reference: *See ‘Cata

A pale celadon jade dragon-head belt buckle, fitted as paper cut, together two similar jade belt buckles of celadon and grey colour. The first, length 8.5 cm (jade only). Provenance: From the Leo Walker Tattersfield Collection of Chinese Jades

Chinese hallmarked silver Segmented belt. Buckles with raised pagoda scene. Remaining 13 rectangular segments with dragon, peony, sage, bamboo etc depicted. C.1920s. Length 63 cm

Two Satsuma belt buckles. Taisho period (1912 - 1926), the first buckle painted with images of birds amongst the trees on a white ground the second decorated with butterflies amongst the flowers. Height 5 cm, diameter 4 cm

Three Japanese Satsuma belt buckles together with a Satsuma pin, each hand painted with various scenes comprising, a thousand faces, birds and blossom, junk within a landscape and orchids, (5 components)

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