In another tribute to fly fishing, Comstock Heritage has made this oval-shaped buckle. On a bed of sterling silver is a detailed design. Mountains and trees are in the background, and in front of them is the valley floor. In the foreground a trout is jumping out of a river, trying to bite a fly at the end of a fishing line. Everything is made of sterling silver, except for the fourteen-karat overlays used for the trout and the rod. As a finishing touch, the entire picture is framed by a raised edge of silver wire. Fits all 1.5-inch belt straps.
America’s oldest western silversmiths, Comstock Heritage was founded in 1886. Since then they have been perfecting the art of taking metal from the earth and shaping it into something beautiful. The Stegman family has owned the business since the 1920s, making everything from badges for law enforcement to ornamentation for saddles. Using this storied history and expertise, the craftsmen at Comstock now specialize in one-of-a-kind custom silver and gold pieces. Everything Comstock produces is made entirely by hand, reflecting respect for the materials and care for the family legacy of Comstock Heritage.