Fur clip has a carnival color to the top and blue green glass rhinestones. Signed Made In U.S.A. This has a star with the
letter S in its center. Fred Gray Corp. was one of the few companies to use this mark as far back as the early twenties.
The clip measures 2" long x 1 1/2" across.
(Item#WACC203, Blue green rs S fur clip. Price $14.99)
Need a single button? Dome shape, vintage crystal ab rs. Shines with opal opalescent colors. The button is covered with
ab stones. 3/4" across.
(Item#WACC206, RS dome button. Price $1.99)
Women's celluloid collar buttons. Saw toothed set pearl
buttons are heat set into the celluloid, this helps date the
(Item#WACC207, Celluloid collar buttons. Price $24.99)
introduced in 1863.
shirt collars, cuffs,
and the false shirt
fronts known as
Fur / sweater clip. Nice golden color with a faux diamond center. This can be worn two ways. This has a fur clip and a pin,
so it can be worn as a pin/brooch. 1 1/2" in height and 1 1/4" in width.
(Item#WACC208, Owl sweater clip. Price $3.99)
Large carved bakelite button. The button is a butterscotch and dark brown. 2" in length and almost 1" across. Shanks are deep heat set. This is a beautiful color and would
be great on your favorite sweater or blouse, and ready to stitch on.
(Item#WACC211, Butterscotch and brown bakelite 2" button. Price $59.99)
Hallmarked KA victorian tigers eye hat pin. A large
tigers eye clutches the curved hand made metal,
the pin twisting then straight. The tigers eye is appx.
3/4" x 1" x 1/2", the pin including the tigers eye is
just over 4". Beautifully crafted, this Victorian jewel
dates est. circa early 1800s. Makers mark KA.
(Item#WACC209, KA tiger stick pin. Price $299.99)
|Ladies antique and vintage accessories. Buy a large bakelite button, signed hallmarked KA tigers eye hat pin,
Antique Cut Steel Belt Buckles.
Cat stick pin. Golden stick pin is 2 1/2" long and 1/2" wide. The actual cat is just under 1" tall and 1/2" wide. Cat has great
dimensional detail and green RS eyes. His tail wraps around and snugs his shiny semi opaque moonstone belly.
(Item#WACC2-054, Cat stick pin. Price $9.99)
Antique Cut Steel Belt Buckle. Later half of 1800s. Cut Steel stamped belt buckle. Two rows of faceted
studs. Measures 1 1/4" x 1".
(Item#WACC2-549, Antique rectangle steel belt buckle. Price $34.99)
Steel Cut Belt Buckle, Georgian steel cut belt buckle. Each steel faceted stud is hand set riveted to the
backing. Has 53 polished steel faceted studs. Georgian Victorian era. 1 1/4" x 3/4".
(Item#WACC2-547, Steel cut diamond belt buckle. Price $34.99)
Steel Cut Round Belt Buckle Georgian steel cut belt buckle. Each stud is hand cut of various sizes, faceted and
hand set riveted onto the brassy color backing. Has 56 polished steel facet studs. Georgian Victorian era. 7/8" x
(Item#WACC2-548, Steel cut round belt buckle. Price $34.99)
Victorian and Antique Cut Steel Buckles:
- Cut steel was very expensive in the Victorian Era, and was produced to mimic the shine of diamonds. Each stud, or they were called little gems, was cut by hand, then
riveted to the backing. Cheaper than diamonds, but a time consuming and expensive process. This process was used in making the first two buckles.
- In the later half of the 1800, Victorians found a stamping process of making pieces. By stamping a pattern on plates of steel, they could save on intensive labor and
processing time, but still have the same brilliant diamond like look. This would look of cut steel.
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