Fruit buttons and brooches from the 1940s. American. Marion Weeber Welsh, designer. Living from 1905 to 2000, she designed silverware as well.

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Buttons in the motif of pear cluster hanging from a branch. 1940s. American. Celluloid in golden yellow, orange-red, lime and Kelly green, and dark brown. Unsigned. Image © 2020, Metro Retro Vintage. Fair use license. via https://www.metroretrovintage.com/products/vintage-marion-weeber-pear-buttons-celluloid-fruit-set-of-2
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Bunches of celery buttons. ca. 1940s. American. Designed by Marion Weeber Welsh for La Mode buttons. In the public domain. via https://twitter.com/jordanvibert?lang=en
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Cherry pin in the motif of a cherry tree branch with five red cherries, green leaves, and a single cherry blossom on top. ca. early 1940s. American. Unsigned. Image © 2020, Metro Retro Vintage. Fair use license. via https://www.metroretrovintage.com/products/vintage-marion-weeber-cherries-brooch-red-celluloid-cherry-pin?variant=13623291445323

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