Although they're principally known as one of the world's best fabric mills, Holland & Sherry also make a few top-drawer accessories. Case in point: this English-made, gold-plated solid brass blazer button. Have your tailor put a set on to your next jacket to give it that finishing touch.
Available in 2 sizes: small versions are 9/16" in diameter, while large buttons are 13/16" in diameter.
Please note: the price shown is for a single button.
Looking for Holland & Sherry fabrics? We have a few on our site, but please visit our custom store in San Francisco for a full selection of swatches from both their suiting and interior textile lines.
From the second half of the seventeenth century, brass blazer buttons were produced in the city of London for military and civilian wear. When manufacturing became uneconomical in the more expensive parts of London, production moved to Birmingham in the Midlands, where it has continued for more than a hundred years. Holland & Sherry brass blazer buttons are still all made in England, by hand.
Each button is cut from solid brass, individually die stamped in the traditional way, and then rough buffed by hand in preparation for plating in either 9K gold, silver, antique silver, or bronze finishes. There are 19 individual processes involved in producing each button.
The majority of our buttons also feature enamel detail in one, two or three different colours. Each enamelling is applied one at a time using a fine paintbrush, before being fired in a kiln at a very high temperature to ensure permanence. After cooling, the button is carefully inspected and the raised detail is burnished by hand.
All our buttons are produced by craftsmen using traditional hand skills, and are inspected at each stage of the month long production process.