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I can’t say I’ve met a Mother of Pearl Button that I didn’t love. Something about them just makes me hoard them, cherish them and search for more. I am sure that some of you know EXACTLY what I’m talking about.
Image courtesy of the Muscatine History and Industry Center
I came across this Etsy article on the subject of the History of Mother of Pearl Buttons. Now I’d have to say my addiction is even stronger. I loved learning about how they were made, about the people who made them, and of the art of a bygone era. It makes me linger as I run my finger over their smooth surfaces and contemplate how I will use them next.
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