Flash Sale! “Three Cranes” Antique Pendant-Includes Black Leather Cord! #PSHN



1 in stock

Renee says: “I was thrilled when I found this amazing “Three Crane” Antique Brass button, and knew it would make a beautiful pendant. The detail on the button is remarkable & utterly charming. I especially like the image of the three cranes which reflects the craftsmanship of the antique button makers from the 1800’s. I have “Colour Washed” this button in shades of fuchsia, pumpkin and black, then burnished for an old world patina. Set in solid sterling silver, this piece looks great worn with a leather cord, silver chain pearls for ultimate versatility. (Black leather cord included.)  Antique button pendants…treasures from a by gone 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.”

Length: 2 inches   50 mm   See photo of pendant next to Australian .20 cent coins for size reference.

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

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Rave Review:

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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 Many of these buttons have been given names, either when they were originally made or later as to identify them for collectors.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.