New Collection! Petite Vintage Button Pendant-Includes Black Leather Cord! #SAMF

$155.00

1 in stock

Renee says: ”I have wanted to release a collection of petite antique button pendants for a long while, and drum roll…here they are! By petite, I mean much smaller than most of the antique buttons I have used in the past. The buttons in this collection are about the size of an Australian 1.00 coin, see photos for size reference. I’ve “Colour Washed” this button in rich shades of aqua blue/green blue & chocolate, then rubbed back to achieve a nice patina. The pattern/design on the button is a really nice, classic look. This is one of those pieces that is so much nicer than photos can capture, so if you like what you see in the images, you’ll love it for real! Set as always in solid sterling silver, this can be worn with the leather cord (included), silver chain, cuff or pearls. A pendant that will never date or go out of style, truly “wearable history.” Scroll thru’ images for up close peek at another one of a kind treasure, fresh from the studio!”

Length: 1.5 inches   38 mm   See photo of pendant next to Australian 1.00 coin for size reference.

Includes black leather cord as shown in photos.

Free Postage World Wide!

Antique Buttons: Most Antique buttons were manufactured in Europe by master craftsmen and are beautifully detailed and well made. The buttons I’ve used in this collection are a combination of metals such as steel, silver, copper, pewter or brass. I have sourced the buttons in France, England and South America, hand selected for their uniqueness & interest. I have “Colour Washed” the buttons with a permanent metal paint, which is similar to an enamel. Each pendant is a one of a kind treasure!

Rave Review:

“As a fashion and style blogger, nothing excites me more than discovering designers doing amazingly creative things. And when those “things” are stunning accessories that make a woman feel good every time they wear them, then that’s a winning combination. That’s what I love about Reneé Blackwell’s pieces.” Nikki Parkinson