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This button depicts two simple figures, a man and a woman, standing side by side. This button represents the union of a man and a woman, standing together for all time. This button is good for wedding and hand-fasting gowns, or for anyone who wishes to show that they are in a committed, lifelong relationship. It is button size 24, which is 1/2 inch in diameter. It appears to be made of solid metal.
This button is a three dimensional relief button shaped like a Nautilus swirl. It is button ligne size 30x35, which is approximately 3/4 inch in diameter. It has a silver finish, and seems to be made of metal.
It has a shank back, which means that part of the button is a loop on the back meant for attaching the button.
Unlike traditional fabric stores where buttons are sold in pre selected amounts, we sell our buttons individually so that you may purchase exactly the amount you wish to purchase. So, if you wish to buy 6 buttons, you don't have to deal with purchasing cards of 5 buttons - you can purchase 6 buttons. The Pillaged Village wants to give you what YOU want.
Our B-050- series of buttons comes from special close-out lots. We will not be able to obtain more when we are out, so be sure to order enough at one time to complete your project. You may wish to order a few extra, since it never hurts to have a few spare buttons set aside in case a button is lost later or in case you need more than you original anticipated.
The quantity listed is based on the last time we did an actual inventory of these buttons. We take these buttons to fairs and events, and do not keep good records of which buttons are sold at these shows, so we may not have as many as we think we have. Actual quantities may be lower than the number shown.
These buttons (as well as many other items) are available in quantity to qualified retailers for wholesale purchase. Please inquire for additional information if you are interested in becoming a Pillaged Village wholesale customer.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 01 January, 2010.