Some more sash pieces and buttons

Dave_76

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I found some more nice sash pieces, a Levi's button and a Sanforiged button. 1930's or 1940's I believe on the buttons. Late 1800's early 1900's on the sash pieces.
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Your buttons may be a tad younger, maybe 40s or 50s. The one is marked Sanforized and the other may be a later Frisko Jean button....using the same logo as older jeans. The bigger pieces you got there are a headscratcher for me, but they are a pair of something.....
 
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Your buttons may be a tad younger, maybe 40s or 50s. The one is marked Sanforized and the other may be a later Frisko Jean button....using the same logo as older jeans. The bigger pieces you got there are a headscratcher for me, but they are a pair of something.....
I was told they were pieces off of a woman's sash, dating to the late 1800's to the early 1900's. Here's the other pieces I have found.
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They definitley look the age, possibly from a few different sashes.....they appear to not match each other. Nice examples!
 
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Dave_76

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They definitley look the age, possibly from a few different sashes.....they appear to not match each other. Nice examples!
French in origin maybe? Judging by the fleur-de-lis.
 

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Although mostly associated with French origin, the motif has been borrowed by all sorts of countries, architecture, sports teams and even the boy scouts...
 
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Dave_76

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So after looking closer the four pieces go together.
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Does the item in the first picture in post #4 go with those matched pieces ? Looks different
 

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Excellent!!!!
 

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