Belt buckles by Miles
All the belt buckles you see I make myself. I do the original carving, make the wax, the mold, do the casting when metal is used. I find, slice, polish, the stones, usually Alaska rocks local to me. I sometimes use wood or fossils. I like to accent with opal sometimes.
Left a copper cast buckle with opal accent. Copper is from old water pipes.
Belt buckle jasper jade quartz mix
This is an unusual mix of stone, jasper jade and quartz, rarely found together. Stone from the Yukon River. 3 x 2 x 1/4 inches thick. Fits most belts.
Belt buckle copper knight on horse
Cast from a wax carving I made 3 x 3 inches cast thin thickness varies but about 1/8th thick. Strong but light in weight. Copper is old water pipes from the village of Nenana. Opal in knights hand for color accent. One idea I had was for this to be a scarf belt for a woman. Or a reenactment buckle for those into jousting etc. Or, into magic! I just had a fun time creating this one.