Free Butterfly Card
We designed this for you as a special gift during these trying time. Butterflies start off as a larva, isolate themselves in a cocoon and then, when the time is right, emerge in a new and beautiful form. We think there are few symbols of hope that are more perfect for this time.
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Some of Our Favorites
We're in love with this setting because it made it possible to show off three different vintage glass ovals in one pendant necklace.
We created this design after we found a small number of the antique shoe buckles that we loved so much we decided to reproduce them in a modern cast.
The centerpiece is an especially delightful cabochon in a striking color called silver agate rose. It's one of the most beautiful hand-pressed cabochons we've ever found.
Grandmother’s Buttons is a company steeped, like a strong cup of tea, in history and story. It all started in a small, historic town in Louisiana where an industrious woman with uncommon passions built a thriving business with the help of her family and community.
Margie Ehlers, Omaha Nebraska
Great products and service. I love love love buttons and Grandmother's Buttons creates amazing jewelry pieces.
Grandmother's Buttons makes such unique jewelry. I love the history and the pieces are amazing. I can’t seem to get enough of them. Love love love!
Talicia Tarver, Shreveport, Louisiana
I've recommended this business to friends of mine so many times and they, like I, absolutely love their jewelry. I don't have as many pieces as I would like, but I'm building my collection bit by bit.
Bunch of Roses on Pearl Necklace
We love how the vivid colors of floral porcelains are reflected in the iridescence of the antique mother-of-pearl buttons, making this one of our favorite combinations.
In Floriography, or the Victorian language of flowers, pink roses represent happiness.
The porcelain stud, featured in this necklace, was likely hand-painted by a woman in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century. We created this limited-edition jewelry line to preserve, honor, and offer some much-deserved recognition to the domestic arts.
In this piece:
- Hand-painted porcelain stud circa 1890-1920 with peach-colored roses and border of burnished gold
- Victorian mother-of-pearl button circa 1880-1900
- Gold-plated cast pewter setting
- Gold-plated brass chain
- Length is 24”