This belt buckle features the face of a young girl with flowing hair. She is framed with an art nouveau floral motif and below her it reads; Lillie Langtry. In the top right corner it reads 1901 and in the lower right corner it reads; The Jersey Lily. This is not from 1901 and doesn’t much resemble the beautiful actress of the late 1880’s that it is suppose to be portraying. It is however a fine looking, cast brass buckle from the late 1960 or early 1970’s. The back has loop on either end. It is stamped on the back as follows; House of Worth - Paris - New York - London - Exclusive Model Copyright 1901 - Copyright Quezel Tiffany Studios, New York. Buckles like this were originally made to deceive but now can be enjoyed for what it is, a nice, decorative piece of artful jewelry.
It measures about 2 ¼” by 3 ¼” and is in very good condition with minimal wear. It has not been highly polished and retains its natural patina.
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