For your consideration is this Navajo sterling silver concho belt by Navajo artist Rose Castillo from 1950's. The sterling silver concho belt shows conchos with lovely decorations of floral arrangement. The artist hallmark and the sterling silver mark is on the first concho that is made into a buckle. Navajo silversmith Rose Castillo Draper who worked in Albuquerque
Native American jewelry shops in 1978-1979. She was married to Lee Draper. Her mother is Bessie Castillo, a Navajo silversmith from the Torres, New Mexico region. RC is the early hallmark for Rose Castillo. The condition of this silver concho belt is good with no obvious signs of damage to the belt the conchos are fastened on the belt and show a bright sheen to the silver face of the conchos. The measurements of this concho belt is 45" x 2 1/2" and each concho measures 2" x 3".