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One of my favourite things to do is to make jewellery from sentimental and treasured vintage buttons. I find so much joy in bringing them to life, giving a special button a home of silver, and creating a piece of jewellery that can be worn and cherished for years to come. Please see examples below.

I also offer, and love creating different combinations of my haberdashery components. You really could get very creative mixing and matching! I am sharing some delightful variations below.


And finally I make one-off jewellery from my collections of semi precious stones (mainly turquoise) and eye of shiva shells that I usually find on my travels to India.


N.B. Amending and recreating a piece of jewellery is not something I have the expertise in nor have the correct equipment but I can recommend jewellers in this field so please still reach out and ask me and I will point you in the right direction.

Vintage button necklaces

I've made so many! Here is an example of a vintage button set into a silver necklace. Chosen from my collection of buttons by a customer this particular time...


Button and needle bangles

Usually made with a smaller mother of pearl button, I rather enjoyed using this larger blue button in this bangle style.


Haberdashery bangles

How's about creating a bangle with your chosen haberdashery charms? This only has 2, but you could get creative...


Keys and stones

Double symbolism, why not?!


Vintage button rings

Box not included for the ring! But stacking rings are available to accompany them...


Haberdashery necklaces

The original cluster in this variation comes with a full length needle and a silver stitched button. I love this one, with a shorter needle, a vintage button and it was requested on a dainty chain.



A necklace example but I have made countless rings too - please do say if you would like to see images as examples. A lot of my turquoise I find in India or on my travels and I do have other stones too...


Eye of Shiva

A symbol of protection (muting negative energy) and enlightenment. It's formation is a testament to the intricate beauty of nature, the power and resilience of even delicate things.


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