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Fancy Book Chain 24K GP Choker Antique Button Steel

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Mimi Dee Artwear
PO Box 458
Methuen, MA 01844


Fancy Book Chain 24K GP Choker Antique Button Steel
Only one! Fancy floral textured book chain used to make this choker necklace, custom plated in a rich, lush, antiqued, heavy 24K gold. Added an unaltered circa 1870 30mm Victorian 3 pc button, with cut steel center on same color gold gilt open work metal as a removable pendant!. LegaL: All images design concept content text solely owned by Mimi Dee. Choker: 14.5, yet can be custom shortened or lengthened a bit.

$11 USPS Priority/Ins/Tracking or Free with USA Ck or USPS MO.
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About 20 years ago I fell in love with a limited fancy raw book chain length. Remembering Miriam Haskell's warm toned metals and looking through my 1000s of antique buttons, a few raw yards and findings were selected to take to the platers, so that they could reproduce the same rich gilt look of the Victorian buttons and as close to that of Haskell's. Being told that it would require a heavy 24K antiqued process, there was no other choice. Now 20 years later, one but has to look at the high end catalogs arriving at our mailboxes to see that designers are plating like rich tones, perhaps looking for something new, but more likely to avoid the high precious metal prices. Here at, you can find my one of a kind signed work at much, much better price points!

Update: See image #2 for an additional Victorian 30mm antique jewel, brass and celluloid open work unaltered button - a separate purchase. Serious collectors can remove the "hook" leaving the piece intact and ready for your exhibition competition cards.

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