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Floral Style

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  Cast copper alloy buttons with a pinwheel-like floral motif. The center flower is surrounded by emanating rays and two rings of leaves.

Silver button face fragment with a flower pattern. The shank and link are missing. Broken round copper aloy button with flower pattern.

Flat copper alloy button with a heavily worn floral motif. There appears to be one four-petaled flower with the petals on the long axis of the oval shape larger than the petals on the short axis. Discoloration on the back is the artifact label.

18AN39

18AN339

18BA100
Cast copper alloy buttons with a floral or pinwheel pattern on the front. Cast pewter buttons with a copper alloy link. The motif of six circles around a center circle gives the appearance of being a setting for jewels, though it clearly was not designed to have any. Pewter setting fragment with two surviving colorless insets molded with a floral pattern.
18CH354 18CV271 18CV91
Cast pewter button with an iron link. The motif of six circles around a center circle gives the overall button a flower shape. Oval-shaped sleeve link with a scalloped metal edge surrounding a colorless inset molded on the back with the pattern of a single rose. The back of this button is also decorated with a texture like a basket weave spiraling out from the center. Thumbnail of a brass octoganal shaped cufflink with a clover design from 18FR575 site  - click on image to see a larger view.
18CV91

18FR134

18FR575

Octagonal links with a Tudor rose motif at the center and dots around the rim - click on image for larger view. Octagonal links with a Tudor rose motif at the center and dots around the rim - click on image for larger view.

18PR175

18WA20 18WA288