These 5 sterling silver buttons are still on their original card. I am estimating these to be from the 1950s although they could be earlier. The buttons feature Native American design elements. They are slightly domed. They are 1/2" in diameter and are marked "sterling" on the reverse. There is also the "Bell" hallmark. The Bell hallmark was first used in 1935 and a different hallmark was first used in 1961. The Bell Trading Company was located in New Mexico and in 1972 the name of the company was changed.
Finding these buttons still on their original card makes them a rare item for a collector as well as a designer. These would be beautiful added to a garment, made into jewelry or creative projects as well as displayed with other vintage Native American items.