4 AMAZING BUTTONS ROUND BAKELITE 1920 A DESIGN OF HALF-MOON GRADIENT CIRCLED IN BLACK ON GRAY BEIGE IRIDESCENT ON BLACK DOMED FITTING HOLE! L: 3 CM thickness: 1.1 cm
J ' HAVE OFTEN FOUND THESE HUGE BUTTONS AT FURRIERS IN THE 1980S-90S The rue Faubourg Poissonnière owes its name to the fishmongers quarter northeast of France, who to sell their wares at the market along this path. It acts as border between the 9th and 10th rear, between the old small Armenia and the recent small Turkey. Once prized by the bourgeoisie and nobility that were built mansions, suburb became in the nineteenth century a district of artisans and small industries making workshops. This coincided with the rise of the fur in France who settled largely in the area for the second half of the nineteenth century. It is also at this time the first Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe, including many become furriers arrive in Paris. Still shops skin and fur of the suburb are including grocery Ashkenazi Jewish and kosher restaurants are grouped Street Richer, Jewish immigrants were joined during the twentieth century by the Greeks and some Armenian. Claude Berri, Langmann his real name, award was the son of Jewish furriers Ashkenazi in the neighborhood, it is also born near faubourg Poissonnière passage of desire, in the Faubourg St Denis, he told this period of his life in the movie film from Dad. Another celebrity has been around the world of the fur of the suburb is Louis de Funes who studied in fur, the Tournelles Street School, gets 17 apprentice Furrier place in a small company in the neighborhood but quickly returned because of, lack of serious. For several decades the fur industry, victim of bad press, was declining, but in recent years it seems to go, some converted in fake fur have decided to stay in the historic stronghold of the craft corporation is one of the oldest of Paris.