136 is the opening bud design. The button falls into the Victorian time period. The size is 3/4″ Price; 1 to 12 @.70 each, 13 to 144 @ .65 each and over a gross .47 each. Opening Flower.
136 is the opening bud design. The button falls into the Victorian time period. The size is 3/4″
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This resembles Japanese Chrysanthemum design. Very tiny and very pretty. Size is 1/2″ which is fine for collars and very delicate things. Also used on dolls clothing. Matching design but a bit larger is #146.
102 S is the style number of the button, the S (small) is for the price group. This is a small 9/16″ button identical to the 101-L. It will go for cuffs, waistcoat buttons and such. This antique button has a winged phoenix with a wreath around the edge.
Button #77 L is the larger in the series of matching pewter buttons with the number 76 on the front. It is 7/8 ” in size and priced: 1 to 12 @ .92 each, 12 to 144 @ .84 each and over 145 @ .74 each. These buttons were made for the unit with instructions as to their design.
Matches 76 S. Special order for gold plating, please call for information as to quantity and price.
147 is tiny button, and they are small 5/16″. Some folks use them for doll’s clothing. Yet they are still good for a high collar and shirt collar buttons. The Britannia pewter will stand the time.
S is for small, 127 is the number of the button. This button is 5/8″ and is good for vests, light jackets and sleeve buttons.
The material is Britannia pewter. This button is 5/8″ . There are 5 buttons like this in different sizes, also a tiny button for shirt collars.
The raised dots give this button a strong look. #134 is the stud button. It is only 1/2″ in size but it can look very dramatic in a line or group. Good for areas that require a small button.