1930s solid bone rings; old sewing notion on original selling card. Held on the card with a celluloid band. Six rings measuring 1-1/8 across from side to side and 1 inch across the inside opening.
The blue card is printed with: "BONE RINGS for Art Needle Work".
They are an off white color. Rings are mint. The celluloid band shows appropriate age discoloration. The card may show minor bumps at the corners.
These solid bone rings were used for the earrings on Black Americana toaster dolls and, for attaching cafe style curtains to spring rods for windows.
They were also used to make Dorset buttons. The Dorset button originated in the 18th century in Dorset, England. Originally, they were made on a disc cut from the horn of a Dorset Horn sheep, which was covered with needle-worked thread and often embellished with beads.
Ideal for use on a DIY jewelry project.
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1930s Natural Bone Rings Old Sewing Notions
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