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Montana Silversmiths John Deere Windmill Heritage Attitude Belt Buckle A184JDC
Brand : Montana Silversmiths
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Montana Silversmiths John Deere Windmill Heritage Attitude Belt Buckle
Square cast Heritage Attitude belt buckle with John Deere Quality Farm Equipment title under a windmill in polished brass tones. The familiar John Deere logo with the leaping deer is cast in smaller relief underneath. Antiqued wire trim accented with a flower at each corner. Our cast belt buckles are acid washed to add the dark antiqued patina and hand buffed to bring out the highlights and details. Standard 1.5ﾔ belt swivel.
- Width: 4", Height: 3 1/4", Length: 0.16"
- Brass plate over a solid cast alloy
Care & Storage Message :
You can maintain your silver brilliance with an occasional wipe of a damp cloth. DO NOT use chemical or abrasive cleaners.
For over 40 years, Montana Silversmiths is focused on producing and offering products of exceptional value. Nestled in the tiny hamlet of Columbus, MT, we’ve grown to become the largest supplier of western jewelry, watches, and legendary buckles to the industry. Handcrafted silver, rich in western heritage, is the very core of Montana Silversmiths. Our skilled craftsmen are the finest in the western industry, crafting products that are a combination of traditional western designs, unique modern flair, crisply executed engraving styles unmatched in their brilliance, and a keen attention to detail.
The Silver Story: Montana Silversmiths has focused on creating western buckles and jewelry of exquisite design for over 40 years. Located in Columbus, Montana, nestled on the banks of the Yellowstone River, our designers live and work in the heart of Montana’s Big Sky country where the silhouette of a horse and the rugged peaks of the Beartooth Mountains are always in sight. In Big Sky country, it’s easy to capture the spirit and drama of the Old West and engrave it in silver.