This “no harm” antique button, circa 1880’s, depicts an angel helping another angel over a wall. Grapevines on each side frame this delightful scene. The button’s back shank is set inside of another button to preserve it’s collectibility. A charming button bracelet!
Two buttons are combined to make this stunner of a bracelet. The small metal button is of a lady’s head and dates from the late 1800’s. The larger button is also antique and was a sew through button with applied metal trim. The two buttons combined are a match made in heaven and a piece you will be delighted to wear!
The details of this button....oh my! The colonial woman and man are saying their goodbyes....with the town in the background and the beautifully depicted horse in the foreground. The 1800’s button’s shank has been set into the filigree back to preserve it’s collectibility.
Late 1800’s antique (no harm) button - 1.5” diameter
These old overall buttons are also call “advertising buttons” because of the practice of manufacturers putting their logos on the buttons. These were popular in 1900’s-1935. The earrings are historically interesting and a fun conversation piece!
Two 1900’s - 1935 gold &/or silver toned overall buttons
vintage silver &/or gold toned bead drop or shoe buttons