Reproduction 18th century pewter buttons

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Reproduction 18th century pewter buttons

The 1/2-inch buttons are shown on a photo of the soapstone button mold fragment that was excavated at Hanna’s Town.  A reproduction mold was created, using the original dimensions and extrapolating the concentric lines to recreate the buttons.  Lead-free pewter was used in the re-creation.  Ensign Tom Klingensmith of the I.B.W.C.P. is the creator of these fine reproductions.   Buyer receives 6 buttons for the price listed.

Price

$10.00

Description

The 1/2-inch buttons are shown on a photo of the soapstone button mold fragment that was excavated at Hanna’s Town.  A reproduction mold was created, using the original dimensions and extrapolating the concentric lines to recreate the buttons.  Lead-free pewter was used in the re-creation.  Ensign Tom Klingensmith of the I.B.W.C.P. is the creator of these fine reproductions.   Buyer receives 6 buttons for the price listed.