Colourful Antique Button Pendant-Includes Black Leather Cord! #BPME


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Renee says: “This pendant features an exquisite 1800’s era antique button, which I’ve “Colour Washed”  to achieve a lovely colourful effect. This “Colour Wash” technique adds permanent colour to the brass button, in this case a combination of Green, Amber, Tangerine with a hit of Pink. By rubbing/burnishing the paint back, I am able to achieve a beautiful “old world patina.” The shape & pattern/design of this antique button is unequally interesting. The peach fresh water pearl is the perfect addition to the pendant, adding a touch of class. I have shown this pendant on a black leather cord & a silver chain for versatility. Antique button pendants…treasures from a bygone era to cherish today. Scroll thru’ images for up close peek at a most fabulous piece you will cherish and wear for years to come.”

“Beautiful, masterful designs never goes out of fashion.”

Includes black leather cord as shown in photos, but not silver chain.

Length: 3 inches   76 mm

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Rave Review:

Renee Blackwell, I ordered a pendant for my wife’s 40th birthday, and to say she was delighted is an understatement. She has a few of your pieces and has enjoyed wearing them over the years, so I was pretty sure she would like another piece. Your designs are true works of art. Thanks! Larry, Australia

Antique Picture Buttons: Making their appearance in the mid 1800’s era, Picture Buttons became fashionable by the late 1870’s and were made until about the 1920’s. Most were manufactured in Europe by master craftsmen and are remarkably beautiful and well made. A Picture Button is metal, sometimes a combination of metals such as steel, silver, copper or brass. Many of these buttons have been given names, either when they were originally made or later as to identify them for collectors. Many Picture Buttons feature designs that depict fables, myths, operas, scenes or popular items of the era. Picture Buttons are true miniature treasures from a bygone era.