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Trinidad and Tobago

Along the way it is my hope to save valuable buttons from being used for craft projects and to encourage others in the collecting of buttons. Realistic: Buttons In the "shape" of the object they represent. Steel: Material was used extensively on 19th century buttons.

Button Workshop - A Button Lady

Of course my buttoning ventures have helped my own button collection grow as well. Picture Buttons: Buttons having desns other than geometric. As actual buttons, as the base of buttons ed steel cups, where other materials may be included and as trim.

George Washington Inaugural <em>Buttons</em> – 1790's to 1820'sU. S.

BUTTONS. - Caldwell and Company Civil War Antiques

I’’ve been a member of The California State Button Society for about 15 years. Mosaic: Buttons with tiny bits of glass in the center forming a picture. Mostly Metal and produced in quantity from 1880 to 1900. It is most often seen as facets that resemble marcasite.Some of the most interesting buttons I have collected include a hand-painted miniature on Ivory and some Enameled, Sterling, Arts and Crafts period buttons. Studs: Button look-likes with a post and disk on the reverse.

Historical Books - KB Slocum Books

Other club members have contributed much to my growing knowledge of buttons. Paperweht: Buttons with a 'setup' and a cap of clear glass to give depth. Plastic: Moldable materials almost exclusively synthetic. Studio: Buttons made for collectors and not for the 'trade' where they would be marketed to the public at large.


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