Pirate King Belt Buckle

#201032
$90.00

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This impressive buckle measures a full 4-1/4" across. The polished fine pewter skull is adorned with a crown and flanked by two copper cherubs. Fits up to a 1" wide belt. Exquisitely hand made in England.

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