After having made those other two belts previously submitted to my gallery, I wanted to refine the task and get quicker at it. The top two took about 7.5-8 hours to make, from cutting the leather strips to applying the leather conditioner on the finished belt. The bottom one took longer due to casing it and then carving flowers into it.
They're all an improvement over the previous two belts in my gallery because these are made of 3 layers of leather, instead of two. The middle layer adds width to the center so that when the belt rubs against something, it rubs the leather, not the stitches... which is the problem I'm having with my trouser belt.
Vegetable tanned leather, linen thread. All hand dyed, stitched, waxed etc. And yes, they're all already taken.
P.S. Don't get solid brass buckles from Tandy/Leatherfactory, they're much more expensive then getting 'em from BuckleGuy.com