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This was the 2010 show. apparently the 2012 show will be soon in San
Francisco. Lucky for all who live nearby!
Roberta in D
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Roberta
What a beautiful show; just beautiful. I don't collect buttons on purpose but do seem to have a lots of them. Did you notice the vest the book author was wearing? Polly
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Polly Esther
That looks like a lot of fun, Roberta. Who would have thought there could be a show/sale just about buttons?!? The vintage ones are wonderful, as are the new ones. I really liked the hand carved wooden ones - such talent. Oh, and I also loved the trees with the 'snakes on them... I've never been to a 'button show' but can tell I'd enjoy it emensely.
-Irene
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IMS
Thanks for the link. I love and collect buttons - I have my grandma's, mother and mother-in-laws button tins and I have collected quite a few over the years. My favourites are the beautiful glass buttons. I also collect old wooden cotton reels, empty or not.
Di
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Di Maloney
DSisIL is a leading light in the British Button Society and has a fantastic collection - mainly antique buttons.
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There are some links there - perhaps there is a group near you?
Sally at the Seaside ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~uk
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Sally Swindells
Thanks for the link Sally, very interesting and great buttons.
Di
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