Jacques Fath was a French self-taught designer. His designs made it to America in the late 1940s and 1950s. He died in 1954 of leukemia at the age of 42. His widow operated his fashion house until 1957.
Jacques Fath lacquered metal allowing the shiny silver “JF” initials to shine through the lacquer. Irregular shape with the small metal shank impressed and glued into the lacquer. 1 7/16”
He designed costumes for several films:
Reference: Designer Logo Buttons book pg.48
Contributor: Ronnie Kauk
The above is based on the National Button Society's Classification System.
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