A small ANTIQUE brass and enamel buckle. Circa 1910. The buckle is in two parts that hook together. Each half is formed as a modified heart (or leaf?) with scrolled edges and is centered with a diamond pattern decoration of turquoise and white enamel. The buckle would be suitable for a narrow ribbon or thin leather sash or belt. It measures 3/4 inch in height by 1 5/8 inches across when hooked together. Each separate piece measures 3/4 inch by 3/4 inch. Two of the small diamond areas on one half of the buckle appear to be a firing flaw - otherwise in good condition.