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Second Phase Concho Belt

Silver and leather, Leather: 49.5" long x 3.5"w, buckle: 3.75"h x 4"w, Item No. 18273,

Collection #590121

In 1880, the second phase of the Navajo concha belt began when silversmiths learned to solder copper loops on the back of the conchas. This allowed for leather to be strung in the back of the concha, opening up the center of the concha for decoration.