Monday, August 17, 2015

ACE WESTERN BELTS Style No.180









Reproduction of 1950’s NOVELTY BELT & BUCKLE CO. Products
Spotted and jeweled on top grain traditional western bridle leather by the United States, acorn and leaf embossed, 1 3/4 inches wide, 1/8 inches thickness. This buckle is nickel, made of iron, like vintage. Beautifully designed and engraved as shown, and looks like it is handmade. Stamped of ACE in the back side. Repeat, This buckle is made of steel. Is not a casting buckle. All 5/8 inches "REFLECTION" jewels are genuine old stock 1950’s. and All 1/2 inches "THICKER" rings are genuine old stock 1950’s. Moreover the six prong jewel rings of the corrugation design which are the features of the 1950’s Novelty belt products are also reproduced. Our products is very nice new vintage reproduction designed in Americana of the Western golden age.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

ACE WESTERN BELTS Style No.220














Reproduction of Early 1930’s Western Belt. “PRE1935”
Spotted and Jeweled belt on top grain western bridle, embossed leather, 1 3/4 inches wide. This buckle is nickel, made of iron, like vintage. Beautifully designed and engraved as shown, and looks like it is handmade. All jewels are genuine old stock glass by Czech or West Germany. The embossing of the flower and the serpentine snake design which are the features of the early 1930’s are reproduction by ACE WESTERN BELTS. Our products is very nice new reproduction designed in Americana of the Western golden age.

Friday, July 17, 2015

ACE WESTERN BELTS Style No.100














Reproduction of 1930's MONTGOMERY WARD “Wards Finest”
New specification! Early style spots design, New western bridle leather, New acorn and leaf embossing, New cut shape strap. New rivets. 1/2” jewel rings are genuine old stock 1950’s, 5/8” jewel rings are taper style like vintage. Spotted and jeweled belt on top grain western bridle, embossed leather, 1 3/4 inches wide, 1/8 inches thickness. This buckle is nickel, made of iron, like vintage. Beautifully designed and engraved as shown, and looks like it is handmade. Our products is very nice new vintage reproduction designed in Americana of the Western golden age.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Style No.160 Early Series





New arrival! New specification!

Top>MILLER No.1093, 1932 model, New cut shape strap, Three points style steel rivets
Mid>MILLER No.1093, 1935 model, PRE 35
Low>MILLER No.1024, 1936 model, Prototype

Monday, March 23, 2015

No.955 CARD BELT










New arrival! ACE WESTERN BELTS 
Early 1930's Reproduction Western Belt ★Limited Edition

This is Miller Stockman's No.955 card belt of reproduction manufactured by the special order from a customer. Spotted and Jeweled belt on top grain bridle, embossed leather, 1 3/4 inches wide. Doubled and stitched. This buckle is nickel, made of iron, like vintage. Beautifully designed and engraved as shown, and looks like it is handmade. All jewels are genuine old stock glass by Czech or West Germany. The used cards are genuine vintage No.24 miniature size by the United States Playing Card Corporation. The embossing of the flower and the serpentine snake design which are the features of the early 1930's are reproduction by ACE WESTERN BELTS. Our products is very nice new reproduction designed in Americana of the Western golden age. ★This belt is Limited Edition!

Original references
The Miller Stockman's No.955 card belt seem to born in 1931-1932. Also the Indian design buckle of a square type seem to born in this era too. Six cards which are the greatest features, the No.24 miniature size by the United States Playing Card Co. is used. The embossing design is the type which a floral and the serpentine snake which is the feature of this era. 2 Ply structures, cards are fixed between. Although this belt can be checked by a till 1939 catalog, it is unknown after that. But Card Belt is re-appeared in the 1950's. This belt is a 1 1/2 inches wide type, and the cards of size still smaller than No.955 are used. Spots designs is different. with plastic refraction jewels. A supplier seems to be the west side although it is unknown for details.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

No.955 CARD BELT




Sample of early 1930’s specification.
This is Miller Stockman's No.955 card belt of reproduction manufactured by the special request from a customer. The original card belt seem to born in 1931-1932.