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A Woodsrunner's Diary: Making Pewter Buttons

9/25/2009 · Making Pewter Buttons. I did not have a proper brass button mould, so I made a gang mould out of clay. This was simply a sheet of clay with the shape of the buttons pressed into it with a shank at the bottom. ... 17th Regiment Of Infantry. 18t

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Button Makers and their backmarks n to z - ukdfd

button makers and their backmarks During the second half of the eighteenth century, manufacturers of metal buttons began to ‘brand’ their products by marking the backs with their names and often their addresses.

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18th century military buttons were not sewn on, but were

18th century military buttons were not sewn on, but were attached with a cotton or leather thong running through the shanks, which made them easy to remove and polish. 47 “USA Continental” Pewter Button, small.... #Button-USA-S The smaller “USA Continenta

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Pewter Buttons - Malvern. Authentic Reproduction Pewter Buttons for Historical Re-enactment, Living History & Theatre ... Pack of ten 15mm plain flat buttons 17th/18th century. Made from a lead/pewter alloy. Price: £2.30. PB1a (lead free) Pack of ten 15mm

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Colonial Quills: A History of Buttons by Susan F. Craft

He later opened the first successful glass making factory in the colonies. In 1790, Henry Silas and Samuel Grilley, metalworkers in Waterbury, CT, manufactured tin and pewter buttons from sheet brass imported from England. Handmade glass buttons became po

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Replica Tudor Pewter Piecrust Buttons for Renaissance

Replica Tudor Pewter Piecrust Buttons. Reproduction Tudor-style buttons made exclusively for The Tudor Tailor by Michael Perry, based on original sources and cast in lead-free pewter. This particular design is based on a cast pewter button in the Museum o

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* 1808 – 1854 *Federal Infantry&Army Regiments – George

This was a huge leap in durability compared to the earlier 18th century Pewter buttons which didn’t last. These buttons also were able to hold down the cost compared to 17th century all silver or gold buttons. These new durable superior quality buttons wo

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Colonial Clothing - Maritime Arts Designs

With the 17th century coming to a close a man's doublet became a waistcoat with a man wearing a coat over it. By the 18th century, a man was almost never seen without one. To be seen without his waitcoat was considered "undressed". ... **Please note: The

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British Army and Royal Navy Military Uniform Buttons of the

Providing a wide selection of War of 1812 and Napoleonic Wars buttons for the British Army, and the Royal Navy. Come in a variety of finishes like pewter, gold, silver, brass, and copper.

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17th & 18th CENTURY PEWTER BUTTONS MOST WITH SHANKS RIVER THAMES FINDS - LOT 15 : Description. This is one lot of a collection of buttons found by myself over the ...

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Old Dominion Forge Pewter

2018-9-5 · Pewter. 18th Century Pewter Shop. Spoons. Cast from my original 18th century molds in safe, lead-free pewter, these spoons are identical to those used over 200 years ago. Ten styles to choose from. Available "as cast" finish with flashing trimm

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17th Century "Acorn" Button - $.85

Specializing in 17th, 18th and early19th Century Providing Reproduction Textiles, Notions, ... 17th Century "Acorn" Button . This cast pewter button with shank is perfect for your 17th century clothing, measuring slightly less then 1/2 inch diameter with

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Button history: a visual tour of button design through the

6/14/2012 · You heated up the mold in a bed of hot coals, then filled it with molten lead or pewter, which set into a button shape. ... Later in the century, buttons migrated as a metaphor from the mechanical ...

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A world where pewter was like plastic | News | delcotimes.com

Pewter buttons and buckles fastened clothing. Pewter plates, dishes, basins, drinking vessels and cutlery filled the tables. ... 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-Century Pewter in America exhibition is ...

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