Clovisse

Something used for decorating, adornment, embellishment as well as a badge, medal, etc., conferred and worn as a mark of honor. 

To be worn on a buttonhole of a jacket.
 

TTC85,00 €HT70,83 €
Délais de livraison: 
7 days - Fedex
clam cabochon
silvered brass clasp and silver support
pin's, handmade in Paris
Boutons

After using iron-mail (a metal staple that held two parts of a garment together) or never-ending stitches that were sewn and then unpicked each time an item of clothing was worn, rows of button finally appeared in the 14th century closing the arm of a shirt from elbow to cuff. Little by little, the button became an element of distinction (for women of the Court and on Navy and Army uniforms) before becoming a truly elaborate fashion object. The first mother-of-pearl buttons flourish in the 19th century appearing on the front section of Romantic shirts.