Belt Buckles

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Hopi Belt Buckle Sterling Silver Kokopelli Native American Joe Josytewa

Joe Josytewa, a Hopi Native American master silversmith handcrafted this Kokopelli belt buckle out of sterling silver.

  • Signed: Joe Josytewa and hallmarked with his personal hallmark, a snowflake
  • Stamped Sterling 
  • Belt Buckle measures 3" by 2"
  • Belt buckle can accommodate a belt that is up to 1 1/2" in width
  • Buckle weighs: 56.699 grams
  • Free shipping within the United States

Joe Josytewa, a Hopi Native American silversmith, handmade a beautiful belt buckle that features 3 Kokopellis, playing their flutes to chase away the harsh winter weather with hopes that the spring rains will insure success in the planting and growing of their crops.  

The artist used a process called Hopi overlay that involves using two layers of sterling silver.  Joe's craftsmanship is remarkable in style and balance.  He has precision cuttings in his designs and uniformed etched backgrounds that he has blackened in the traditional Hopi style.  

 Joe Josytewa is a member of the Snow Clan who lives on the Second Mesa.  He was born into an extended family of silversmiths who specialize in traditional Hopi overlay jewelry.  Joe Josytewa signs each of his handcrafted pieces with his name and personal hallmark – a snowflake.


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Native American Hopi Sterling Silver Kokopelli Belt Buckle Signed

This amazing sterling silver belt buckle was handcrafted by renowned Native American Hopi artist Delfred Masawytewa.  The two Kokopellis playing their flutes chase away the harsh winter weather in order to bring about the spring rains that will ensure success in the planting and growing of their crops.

  • Belt buckle is 3" by 2"
  • Belt buckle can accommodate a belt that is 1 1/2" wide
  • Signed: SM, Delfred "Sparky" Masawytewa, Hopi Native American 
  • Stamped Sterling 
  • Buckle weighs: 65.204 grams
  • Made in the USA
  • Free shipping within the United States

Uniquely designed and handcrafted by Delfred Masawytewa, or better known as “Sparky,” this belt buckle is made of two layers of sterling silver with the characteristic blackened background and detailed design from a process known as Hopi Overlay.  "Sparky's" meticulous craftsmanship is remarkable in design, style and balance.  

Delfred is a Hopi Silversmith from the village of Mishongnovi of Second Mesa where he is part of the Bear Clan.  He is a well known silversmith who has been featured in many books.  Delfred is the Grand-son of Arthur Masawytewa and brother of Gary Masawytewa.


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Native American Navajo Turquoise Sterling Silver Belt Buckle Bear Paw

Wilbur Muskett is a Navajo Native American silversmith and lapidary artist who has handmade this masculine, oval shaped, big and bold Badger Bear Paw Belt Buckle.  Made of .925 Sterling Silver, there are two turquoise stones that are beautifully mounted in a shadow box setting.  The expertly handmade twisted rope design surrounds the bear paw and the extensive, perfectly hand-stamp work enhances the polished sterling silver and highlights the entire design of this buckle.  

  • Signed WM - Wilbur Muskett
  • Stamped Sterling Silver 
  • Accommodates a belt up to 1 1/2"
  • Buckle measures 3" by 2 3/8"
  • Weight: 1.8 ounces or 51.029 grams
  • Free shipping within the United States


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Sterling Silver Man in the Maze Belt Buckle Navajo Native American

Navajo Native American artist Sharon Cisco showcases her work of art with this Man in the Maze sterling silver belt buckle.
  • Belt buckle measures 3" by 2"
  • Hallmarked by the artist - SC, Sharon Cisco, Navajo Native American 
  • Stamped Sterling 
  • Accommodates a belt up to 1-1/2" wide
  • Weight: 46.36 grams or 1.6 ounces
  • Made in the USA by Navajo Native American Sharon Cisco
  • Free Shipping within the United States
    This awesome rectangular Man-in-the-Maze belt buckle was designed and handcrafted by Navajo Native American artist, Sharon Cisco.  The Hopis are known for their sterling silver overlay jewelry, however, Sharon Cisco, a Navajo artist, has used her skills to create is beautiful belt buckle in the overlay technique that involves two layers of sterling silver.  Creating this Man in the Maze design is a tedious process that requires a steady hand and many painstaking hours to complete.  Sharon Cisco has done a remarkable job in handcrafting this sterling silver work of wearable art.