ANTIQUE ENAMELED OPENWORK METAL BELT OR DRESS BUCKLES, LOT OF EIGHT, each two-part form having an openwork gilt-brass / bronze-toned metal frame with enameled decoration, including two matching buckles with different coloring having foliate design, two buckles with matching centers, and one with openwork metal frame having three applied enameled paisley round and ovoid embellishments. Unmarked. Late 19th/first quarter 20th century. Longest example 4 1/8" x 2" OA.
Good to very good overall condition with some wear, surface scratches, and other imperfections including a few to several chip/losses and cracks/hairlines to enamel, worn spots/losses to gilt finishes, a few to some spots of oxidation, and/or slight bending notably to bars on backs.
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From the collection of Betty Driver, Broadway, VA.