From the dealer I bought the buttons from, I was able to find out the following
A bit of history about them. They are 19th / early 20th century Silver plated Livery buttons. Talking to the dealer I bought the buttons off, they came from Weston House in Otley, which is home to the Dawson family.
The Dawson family being famous for William Dawson, inventor of the Wharfedale printing press, effectively the modern printing press
Also in the second world war, on the estate some of the land was given over to a POW camp which housed German Prisoners.
On the upstairs downstairs aspect, it appears Susan Mary Dawson was into the occult, her grave in Weston Churchyard is marked with bronze age cup and ring stones - I kid thee not.
Currently got five pairs which I am selling by blind auction. I have yet to get my website for this venture up, (will be RSJSStudios.com) but I do have a Facebook page up here on details about how to bid.