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I'm too lazy to list these individually, so I am offering these at wholesale in the hopes of achieving my goal to sell all the buttons before I die. Some may have some oxidation on the front or back, but nothing that can't be removed with a brass brush. If you want them shiny, a Dremel does wonders. However, you may want to keep the original patina. Look closely at the designs as I didn't try to make sure the flowers were growing from the ground, etc. At the time of this listing, I do have more of this type available. Convo me for more info.

These buttons are so beautiful. I have enlarged them to show detail, so they are even more beautiful in person, as here, you can see every "pore". Most buttons measure about 1/2" in diameter. They date from the Victorian era, probably vintage 1880.

The buttons should not be washed. Victorians removed buttons before laundering, as can be many parts to a buttons like this, and water can get trapped inside. It's well worth the effort if you are going to use it on a wearable item. It would be wonderful in jewelry, assemblage, as a necklace clasp, etc.

I will ship to countries outside the United States. I sometimes use recycled shipping materials in good condition. (Your nicely packed buttons are my first priority.) Let me know if this is a problem for you.

Lot of Victorian Metal Buttons Wholesale Bakers Dozen 13 Small Antique MORE AVAILABLE 8036


  • Vintage Supply from the 1800s
  • Materials: button, buttons, brass, metal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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