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Drops and Buttons Components

We hold millions of drops and buttons in stock, from modern reproductions to rarer antique items. There are literally 100’s of different styles and below are just a few examples of popular styles. Some are traditional names and others are names given by us based on their shape.

  • Coffin

    Coffin

  • Georgian oval or diamond

    Georgian oval or diamond

  • Modern oval button

    Modern oval button

  • Rule button

    Rule button

  • Swedish oval button

    Swedish oval button

  • Pear drop

    Pear drop

  • Waisted icicle

    Waisted icicle

  • Triangular icicle

    Triangular icicle

  • Tear drop

    Tear drop

  • Square cut pear

    Square cut pear

  • Spear drop or tapered albert

    Spear drop or tapered albert

  • Shaped coffin

    Shaped coffin

  • Rule drop

    Rule drop

  • Round icicle

    Round icicle

  • Round flatback button

    Round flatback button

  • Round double point button

    Round double point button

  • Rosette

    Rosette

  • Prism

    Prism

  • Plain or uncut pear

    Plain or uncut pear

  • Plain finial ball

    Plain finial ball

  • Plain bead

    Plain bead

  • Plain Albert

    Plain Albert

  • Osler facetted ball & shaft drop

    Osler facetted ball & shaft drop

  • Octagonal flatback button 16 cut

    Octagonal flatback button 16 cut

  • Octagonal flatback button 8 cut

    Octagonal flatback button 8 cut

  • Kite drop

    Kite drop

  • Hexagonal flatback

    Hexagonal flatback

  • French slab drop or pendalogue

    French slab drop or pendalogue

  • Facetted knob drop

    Facetted knob drop

  • Facetted finial ball

    Facetted finial ball

  • Facetted bead

    Facetted bead

  • Early metal capped pendant drop

    Early metal capped pendant drop

  • Drumstick

    Drumstick

  • Cut back Albert

    Cut back Albert

  • Bomb drop

    Bomb drop

  • Bohemian pear drop

    Bohemian pear drop