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  1. My mom’s button jar was what I played with as a child and it contained a few buttons from her mother as well. I later inherited it when she died. Like a genome of sorts, it too tells a larger story than just our family’s fashion choices. I see some familiar buttons in your nan’s collection Amanda, and that’s pretty interesting! One button jar from Boston and New York can find common elements with another button box from the hills and dales of England.


    • How lovely is this. From You Prana A button box from Boston and New York to Eva Bakkeslett at the top of Norway and Jillian Morris here in England. Buttons hold things together in every sense. X Hope alls well with you x


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