A 1950s die-struck concho style silver belt buckle by an unidentified Navajo silversmith; hand-stamped design around the edges. The small turquoise cabochon is of a color sometimes called Greasy Green. Both the stone and the buckle have a patina of age. The silver can be polished, if desired, by the buyer.
The findings on the back (hook and the loop) are likely brass, but the concho itself tests as silver.
2 3/4 inches wide x 1 5/16 inches high