Add this antique Collar Button box to your home decor!
This quadruple silverplate Collar Button container was made by E.G. Webster and Sons around the 1910s. It features a detailed design on the edge of the box, 4 round feet, and a lid etched with "Collar Button" - perfect for displaying on a dresser, or even in a curio cabinet.
If you prefer, you could use this container in your laundry room to hold all the coins that don't get emptied out of pockets! Use the container in a sewing room, studio, or office to hold buttons or small supplies. So many possibilities!
This silverplate collar button box is in very good vintage condition. The silver has a beautiful aged patina, as shown. The inside of the box is very clean. There are no dents or dings in the metal. There are very small surface scratches in the metal from years of use. The bottom of the box is marked "QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATE" and has the E.G. Webster and Sons spiderweb logo with a W inside the web. There is a number "1" beneath the logo. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 Quadruple Silverplate Collar Button Box with Lid (as shown)
- Product Material: Metal, Silverplate
- Product Color: Silvertone metal, tarnished silver
- Product Dimensions: 2-1/2" diameter x 2-1/2" tall to top of handle
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