The belt that Jim Morrison made famous live with The Doors and in many of his photo shoots is called a “concho belt.” A traditional concho belt is unique to the Zuni and the Diné (Navajo), the Pueblo tribes from the Southwestern United States.
After doing a bit of research it looks like it was made by Cochiti pueblo silversmith J.H. Quintana, whose son Cippy Crazy Horse is a famous contemporary metal artist. Morrison bought his belt from dealers Wade and Irma Bailey of Albuquerque when they were visiting in California.
These belts are really expensive ($1,000 and up) for a real sterling silver version. You can get a knock off for much cheaper.
If anyone knows what happened to Jim’s actual belt send us the info. Some say he was buried with it, others say Yves Saint Laurent now owns it in his collection but none of this is confirmed.