Button, Pewter, Acorn, pkg of 4, 14th C.

The acorn was a popular heraldic charge and shows up in many guises, including belt mounts, horse pendants and buttons. Heraldically, the acorn was associated with antiquity and strength. Acorns hold high significance as a Scandinavian and a Celtic symbol for life, fertility, and immortality. These are copied from 2 buttons in our collection. These are not cast from the originals but are made in a new mold, carved to replicate the crisp lines of a the button when new rather than the worn condition of an archaeological artifact.

3/8" diameter.

Sold in packages of 4 only.


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  • Model: SL-B03
  • Shipping Weight: 0.5lbs

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 27 September, 2008.