We have a wide selection of Navajo-made concho belts, from very old pieces to belts made by contemporary Navajo silversmiths. Some of the old belts have the aged patina so desired by collectors, as well as worn leathers. The new belts have not yet been hole-punched, as the location of the holes is dependent upon the specific needs of the buyer.
Turquoise and Sterling Silver Concho Belt by Bob Haozous, CJBJJCB14-03. Bob Haozous is a Chiricahua Apache artist, best known for his sculpture work. This belt includes the buckle (3 1/4" by 2 3/8"), 8 butterflies (2 5/8" by 7/8"), and 8 round conchos (2 1/2" dia) and measures 46 inches in total length.
Circa 1940's. This elegant sterling silver concho belt is made in the Harvey House style. It has a subtle shine yet holds a lovely patina. It's classic design includes arrows common for this style. It has 12 conchos and measures 37 inches long.
Circa 1940's. Some of the turquoise stones have been replaced. The silver work is spectacular. The repousse of this piece is excellent and extreme. There are seven oval conchos and six butterfly conchos. The length of this belt is 30 inches.
Green Turquoise Concho Belt, CJGEFCB11-1. Buckle measures 3.5 by 3 inches, 5 conchos measure 2.5 by 3 inches each, and 6 butterfly conchos, each 1 1/4 by 2 3/8 inches. This belt measures 40.5 inches in total length.
This is a beautiful inlaid concho belt. It is inlaid with coral, mother of pearl, yellow lip clam shell, onyx, and turquoise. Each concho is unique and tells one part of the story. It has been fitted on a leather belt that is 34 inches.