Silver and enamelled belt buckle by Levi and Salaman, hallmarked in Birmingham in 1909. The silver buckle has been expertly channelled with wavy lines which encircle the centre of the buckle. The channels have been filled with a lovely lilac enamel which is both subtle and attractive. The design is rarer than the normal guilloche enamel versions from this period. The buckle has two prongs set on a central bar. The buckle is in excellent condition with crisp clear hallmarks.
The belt measures 7cms by 4cms.