About

The Western Regional Button Association (“WRBA”) was formed in 2003 to further the fellowship of those who share a love of buttons and to add to our knowledge about buttons.

WRBA publishes a quarterly newsletter that shares educational button articles, button photographs, work sheets, etc.

WRBA also hosts a Button Show & Sale in Reno, Nevada, every two years, offering educational presentations as well as a button sales event.

WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)

Welcome to WRBA. We like to talk about buttons. Please share your finds and likes.
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WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at 5:56pm
This is a small stamped brass button depicting the Shrine of William Tell, which sits on the shores of Lake Geneva.
https://wrba.us/buttons/the-shrine-of-william-tell/
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WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)WRBA (Western Regional Button Association) added 4 new photos.Friday, June 1st, 2018 at 6:47pm
The interplay of line and curve.....
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WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)WRBA (Western Regional Button Association) added 4 new photos.Friday, May 25th, 2018 at 6:42pm
Color and texture are pleasing to the eye on a BIG scale and on a SMALL scale!
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WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)WRBA (Western Regional Button Association) shared Colorado State Button Society's post.Thursday, May 24th, 2018 at 3:13am
THE SWAN. The Swan is a very powerful animal totem and it can have different meanings. ... The Swan as a spirit animal can help you see into the future and develop your own intuitive abilities. The Swan is a symbol of purity, beauty, grace, love and elegance, but it can also symbolize divination and balance.
All photos from Pinterest.
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WRBA (Western Regional Button Association)WRBA (Western Regional Button Association) added 4 new photos.Friday, May 18th, 2018 at 6:32pm
Peace in Stockholm, Sweden. Photograph by Haseem Aljarallah