Greek archaeological scenes belt, size M (28" waist)
This handtooled vintage leather belt was originally purchased in Athens, Greece in 1984.
It has a silver-tone metal buckle with a rolling cylinder top and a metal prong.
It has three recurring designs in panels - the Parthenon (with the word Parthenon at the bottom of the panel), Theseus fighting the minotaur (with the words Mykonos and Crete at the bottom of the panel), and Achilles and Hector in battle (with the words Achilles and Hector in Greek letters near the figures).
The design pattern is worn down by the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th holes.
The leather has scuff marks, dark line marks, and a ding in the leather in the 3rd panel back from the loop.
It's from a former male model.
He sold it because it has been too small for him for years.
33 1/2" long by 1 3/8" wide
1st hole 30 1/4", last hole 26 1/2"
Item # 0203735