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Hand Cast Pewter Button - 1 1/8" Nevern Welsh Cross Pewter Buttons (Card of 4)
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Product ID RJ627
Manufacturer Ram's Horn
Hand Cast Pewter Button - 1 1/8" Nevern Welsh Cross Pewter Buttons (Card of 4)
RJ627 - Handcrafted Pewter 7/8" Medium Scottish Thistle Pewter Buttons (Card of 4 Buttons). These 4 buttons are a highly detailed hand designed and cast thistle on a smooth background. This solid button will last for years of wear and is sewn onto your garment with the shank back as pictured. Hand cast in lead free jewelry quality pewter by the artist, Jim Boyle; these quality buttons are the quality that can be handed down generation to generation.

Great finishing touch for Renaissance, Medieval, Cavalier, Regency, Elizabethan, Colonial, Georgian, English Civil War, American Revolutionary War or clothing for any period. Excellent for a period look for Renaissance, Victorian, Gothic or Edwardian as well as most other periods and modern interpretations. Highly detailed nickel hardened jewelry quality pewter pin with artist signature on the back. New for 2013. Pin Brooch is attached to garments or hats using a pin on the back. The Thistle is synonymous with Scottish History. In the language of flowers, the thistle (like the burr) is an ancient Celtic symbol of nobility of character as well as of birth, for the wounding or provocation of a thistle yields punishment. The thistle has been the national emblem of Scotland since the reign of Alexander III (1249-1286) and was used on silver coins issued by James III in 1470. It is the symbol of the Order of the Thistle, a high chivalric order of Scotland. It is found in many Scottish symbols and as the name of several Scottish football clubs. The thistle, crowned with the Scottish crown, was the symbol of seven of the eight former Scottish Police Services (from which a new national Police Service was formed in 2013), the sole exception being the former Northern Constabulary. The thistle is also the emblem of Encyclopędia Britannica, which originated in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is also used to symbolize connection with Scotland overseas. For example in Canada, it is one of the four floral emblems on the flag of Montreal; in the US, Carnegie Mellon University features the thistle in its crest in honor of the Scottish heritage of its founder, Andrew Carnegie.
Great finishing piece for your cloak - see our full line of cloak patterns as well as knitting patterns that this embellishment can complete nicely.
Each pewter item is hand cast by the artist, Jim Boyle from fine, lead-free pewter that contains 2% silver to make them hard wearing as well as beautiful.
Price: $10.00
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