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This listing is for a group of 10 completely unique and eco-friendly vintage button rings. This group of rings are intended for a boutique, gift store or someone who loves to give little special gifts to all her girlfriends. They are priced reflecting my wholesale discount.

Each ring features a band that is made from reclaimed, scrap, genuine leather. They all have a stack of one to three vintage & reclaimed buttons that are hand-stitched (and glued) onto the band with double thick waxed thread. The buttons range in size. They are mostly plastic with some celluloid, pearl, metal and/or wood. Many of the rings include large upholstery and coat buttons. The bands range from 1/2 to 5/8" wide and are very comfortable to wear. The leather is thick yet soft and will potentially stretch somewhat with wear.

The sizes range from 6-8 (the majority of them are size 7 - my most popular size).

I will be listing other groups along with this one. Please check my store for other variations.
Shannon Ritscher

EcoRings - Wholesale Group - Color Pop Vintage Buttons on Reclaimed Leather Bands

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  • Materials: buttons, thread, leather, adhesive
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
  • Feedback: 2304 reviews
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