When I found this fabulous 2 3/4" medal originally created by the French sculptor Bouchard in 1940, I knew it had to become a belt buckle. The piece features a horse and rider jumping a table top jump, framed by a stirrup.The detail and high relief of this piece is amazing. While the buckle is large in its dimension, it is not overly heavy for it's size. This fabulous piece comes in solid yellow or white bronze and includes a fabulous 1 1/2" chocolate brown stitched suede belt by Rebecca Ray Designs. Choose color of buckle and size of belt above!
The most accurate method to measure your belt size is to measure a belt that you currently wear. The steps below outline how to determine your proper belt size using an inch measuring tape.
1. Lay your belt down flat.
2. Measure your belt from the point where the buckle is attached, to the hole that best fits you. Do not include the buckle itself in your measurement.
3. Find the corresponding measurement on the chart below to confirm your belt size. On your new belt, the length measurement will be the center hole. Please note that on each belt there are 5 sizing holes spaced 1" apart to allow for adjustments.