The combination of gold and silver is so interesting and elegant. I used these 1800’s gold toned buttons as my jumping off place. Adding the silver toned scrolled pieces finishes the look. (I left the shanks on the back of the buttons to preserve their collectibility.) History will look so beautiful on you!
Two 1800’s gold toned antique buttons - 7/8” diameter
Two silver toned vintage jewelry remnants - 7/8” x 1 1/8”
I sourced these “new old stock” fishing lures and I immediately started embellishing them. They are a lot of bang for the buck and not too heavy. Dramatic and flirty... they will “catch” 😏 everyone’s eye!
Two vintage silver toned fishing lures - 1 1/4” x 1”
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
The eyes have it! (SEE what I did there?). There are two people in the world... those that WILL wear eyeball earrings, and those that won’t 😁. No matter which one you are, these earrings bring joy to all who wear or see them. I mixed green and blue, because wh-eye not! They blink when tipped...and I assure you, no dolls were harmed in the making of these earrings!
two vintage glass, metal & plastic doll eyeballs 5/8” diameter