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I love creating button rings. Because each on is unique, there are a few that I just can’t part with. These two Texas themed rings will always be favorites. Both feature unique and hard to find buttons. The Texas button I found at an antique store in Navasota. I suspect it was off a State Trooper’s uniform or some other state employee. The buckin’ bronco silver ox button was a man’s cufflink button. Haven’t come across more of those in many years.

Vintage Texas button stacked ring

Buckin' cowboy button ring. One of my favorites!

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I made the ring below using a realistic –  but  reproduction-  Sweetheart tile that looks good enough to eat. The glossyred button background is mounted on an adjustable silver finished ring band. The most fun valentine gift ever! I’ll even ship it in a heart shaped ring box!

Conversation Heart Valentine Ring by VintageInspiration

SOLD. Converation Heart Valentine Ring by VintageInspiration

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