Think back to that shiny time known as The Eighties. Specifically, the fashion vibe then – no, not the obvious (and dubious) obsession with Olympian shoulder pads, stirrup pants and mountains of moussed hair. Resisting the flash and fads, one design house took a more tasteful, restrained approach to luxury: Kieselstein-Cord. Identified by an iconic crocodile logo, belts in particular were the company's mainstay accessory. Sterling silver, gold and precious gems were regularly paired with fine leathers including, yes, crocodile. Obviously expensive, but with a light touch; the belt trio here is typical of the aesthetic. The croc-design buckle, sliders, tip and keeper are sterling, while the three interchangeable belts – burgundy, off-white and black – are thought to be genuine lizard, in keeping with the company's focus. Good, pre-loved condition; black belt shows more edge wear than the others. Note: Sterling tip secures with a screw (included) to a brass metal fitting on each belt. Slide adjustable to fit many waist sizes; belts, 41" x 7/16" each. Marked Kieselstein-Cord. Includes original dust bag.