Silver belt buckle in two parts; each part composed of a round boss with central rosette and semi-circles of minute floral design in relief, hinged point on outer edge of each boss, central geometric form as connection of hook and eye. In the center of each circle there are ruby rhinestones. At the center hook there is an etched cross and arrow head.
Donated by Maria Gebhart.
The belt/buckle is from the late 19th century. The belt buckle design has turkish influence so maybe it was made/from eastern Greece.
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Buckle, Maria's Collection, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6570. Accessed 10/28/21.