Stirrup Belt

by: Nyet Jewelry

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  • Designed and handmade by Delphine Pontvieux in Chicago.
  • stirrup |ˈstərəp, ˈstə-rəp, ˈstir-| noun1: Each of a pair of devices attached to each side of a horse’s saddle, in the form of a loop with a flat base to support the rider’s foot.
  • The “Stirrup Belt” is minimalist, yet, refined, in shape. Made of Latigo leather (which is used in horse saddlery) and solid brass, it is a vision of strength, power, fearlessness, beauty and timeless elegance, just like the polo players that inspired Pontvieux, as she watched them in action in Wellington, Florida, last winter.
  • The Stirrup belt is made of a one inch (25.4 mm) wide strip of fine cowhide, which was hand-dyed, tooled and finished by the designer.
  • Adorned with a solid brass stirrup pendant, which measures 1 inch in width (25.4 mm).
  • The rivets and heavy belt buckle are made of solid brass.
  • With a possible total length of up to 46 inches (116 cm), this supple leather belt is design to compliment every waist size. Please indicate your waist size in the note" box when you check out, so we know where to place the perforations and to cut the belt to size, in order to fit your measurements.

Collections: Belts