Originally Posted by lawyerdad
I think he meant show us a picture of the end product - attached to a belt, worn with jeans. The photo with your initial post works fine. Ladies' buckle or not, I like it.
Oh, I see - and thanks, I like it too, mainly for the workmanship. It's really quite sturdy, although Tomasso is of course right about it being a ladies' buckle. (Around 1910, judging from the hallmarks. I didn't want to tell about it being a ladies' one - but it seems that that one's too obvious.) Haven't decided about buying it yet - but if it's that obviously a ladies' one, I'm having second thoughts. Might just look odd.