Multi-Stone Belt Buckle with black jade, coral, fossilized ivory and New Landers turquoise by Ken Romero (Taos) Ken Romero is of Taos and Laguna heritage. He was born in 1956 and is a member of the Roadrunner Clan. He earned an Associate Degree in Fine Arts from Institute of American Indian Arts and a Bachelor of Art Degree from the California College of Art and Design. He has been active making jewelry since 1985 and has won numerous awards including; Best of Show at the Santa Fe Indian Market as well as 1st-3rd place awards at Eiteljorg Indian Market, Santa Fe Indian Market, and Colorado Indian Market. He is profiled in the book, Masters of Contemporary Indian Jewelry by Nancy Schiffer. This belt buckle measures 3 inches by 1 5/8 inches and fits a belt width of 1 1/4 inches.