Pictures don’t do this button justice! At every turn it flashes colors. I decided the best way to show this beauty off when wearing, would be in a ring form. I put it on a very comfortable wide adjustable ring base. A statement ring you will LOVE!
Circa Late 1800’s - early 1900’s etched pearl button - 1” diameter
Classic black and silver make this a very versatile button ring. The matte black vintage button has a silver luster frame trim that lends to its’ classic style. The glass button is early 1900’s and the wide adjustable band makes it very comfortable to wear!
Classic black and silver make this a very versatile button ring…and the modern design makes a statement. The glass button is circa post 1920’s and the wide adjustable band makes it very comfortable to wear!
Vintage Black glass/silver luster button 1 1/8” dia.
So much to love about this early 1800’s button! The geometric simple star with border design is so modern for a button so old. The wide no pinch band is comfortable & adjustable. Historically chic! Please note: this button is over 200 years old and retains some character tarnish. See pictures.
So much to love about this late 1800’s button! The stylized design of Grain….wheat? Corn? The button has a silver cast with just a hint of subtle gold showing through. The wide no pinch band is comfortable & adjustable. Historically chic!
I have taken a wonderful Black glass stone & rhinestone clip on earring from the 1950’s and created a wonderful statement ring. I set it on a angle (oblong diamond shape) for maximum impact! The adjustable ring base has a wide band which makes it very comfortable to wear (no pinching )!
The insides of vintage watches are interesting as well as beautiful. This circa 1950’s 17 jeweled watch working makes a great statement piece. The sharp contrast between the gold gears and silver toned metal is stunning.
Conchos come from the Mexican vaquero tradition and serve both a decorative and a utilitarian role on western saddles. Eventually they were used in accessories, as was this beautifully detailed piece from a belt.
This early 1900’s metal & celluloid piece is half of a buckle and exquisite! The antiqued gold toned filigree band is adjustable. This buckle is over 100 years old and has some surface cracks, but still deserves to be admired.