This men's belt is made of commercial leather and has a brass metal buckle. There are eight holes in the rounded leather tip. The beadwork is on canvas and is executed using loom-style stitching. The beadwork is in a stylized floral pattern with white, blue, brown, and red-brown beads. The back is also covered with cloth. The Accession Files notes this may have been made by an American Indian for white tourist trade.
On March 16, 2015 during a NAGPRA collections review, designated tribal representatives from the three Ute tribes informed History Colorado staff that this belt has a segmented design, which is typical of Ute design.