SOLD (to a very astute client)! The Drifter has been keeping this aside to give to his son after he got out of the service. But father and son have different tastes. Imagine that. The Drifter wears a Tommy Singer buckle that is nearing a half-century old. The Drifter wears a likewise older Tommy Singer cuff and a Tommy Singer watchband. Keep in mind there are postings on the web that advertise "Tommy Singer" pieces, but read the fine print and it often turns-out to be a "T&R Singer." T&R Singer jewelry is made by Mr. Singer's widow, Rosita, and some family members. They use Tommy's old tools and patterns and they make an excellent product reflective of the master himself. But the Drifter is partial to the original Tommy Singer pieces made while he was alive. Understandably, there aren't many of those in circulation any more. Mr. Singer was killed in a motorcycle accident on May 31st, 2014. The Drifter last saw him two months earlier when he sat in the kitchen of the Singer home near Dilkon, Arizona and drank coffee with Tommy and Rose. We all miss Tommy Singer. This handsome buckle, signed by Mr. Singer himself, is 3.75-inches across and 3-inches tall. It weighs 3.38-ounces and has a very nice rock in the middle which just happens to come from the famous Sleeping Beauty turquoise mine in Arizona--which closed in 2012. It is a collector item.