A concho belt is a belt with conchos attached to a leather belt. The belt buckle usually duplicates the other conchos. *PLEASE NOTE that many Native American Indian hand made items were NOT SIGNED, but may be more desirable and of higher quality than signed pieces. It is also interesting to note that It was often times considered “egotistical’ or “boisterous” among tribal members to sign or hallmark their pieces. Artist’s signatures and “Sterling” stamped on pieces are a relatively recent practice among silversmiths. We will indicate when a piece is clearly “non-Indian” made. The metal is sterling silver, which is 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% alloy, unless otherwise indicated.