A Navajo Silver Concho Belt C. 1925
composed of eight scalloped oval conchos, each with hand stamped crescents and stylized ropework centering a repousse rosette, the rectangular buckle with finely hand stamped designs and a pair of repousse horns, mounted on a commercial leather strap
Purchased in the 1920s by Robroy Price, who was the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Restaurant Association, and gifted in the 1960s to his successor, Justin Hill. Through the family by descent.
Length: 42 inches