The "helix" fastening, riveted in a single component in leather, ensures that the hook or eye is watertight. Lacing up is then possible without the need for sewn-on buttons
Invented for the glove-making industry, this "new form of a spring stud-fastener" is made of 4 components riveted together in pairs using a manual crimping machine. Fastening by pressing together, unfastening by pulling apart. Today, billions of press-studs are used which have come from the 1886 invention.
The male and female parts of the stud-fastener are sewn onto the fabric using holes pierced in the metal. Applications: lingerie, women's clothing.
The turnstile is made of two components, the swivel key and the oval eyelet. Fastening by swiveling the key 90° on the eyelet. Applications: leatherwork, saddlery, basketry.
New fastening method of stud-fastener balls. Initial fastening on a rigid mounting applicable to automobile shells.
Button with a head whose complexity demonstrates all the progress made since the first press-stud.