The Scots used this on a sash which crossed the chest but this was made by an English silversmith, R & W for Reynolds and Westwood, the anchor is for birmingham, the lion passant assay mark and a small "a" for the year 1901. It is a beautiful buckle, engraved with flowers and leaves, fairly heavy with hallmarks. Scottish silver buckles in the past; this one is very nice, 3 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches.
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