This is a highly ornate and decorative old Anglo-Indian silver belt buckle.
It dates to the early 20th century and is made up of three separate sections - two panels are joined by a hinge and the third separates to act as the buckle clasp.
Each panel has a little figure (?Khrishna) standing in a wonderful garden surrounded by a profusion of scrolling foliage.
It has been finely cast with pierced scrolls.
It is in just lovely antique condition and free from any damages.
As you can see from my photographs, in good clean condition and nice and shiny.
It is a nice large size - measuring some 4 inches across - and with a height of just under 2 1/2 inches at the widest point.
There are some symbols on the catch and aperture section on the back, as photographed.
A very fair price for this lovely piece of Eastern silver.