Printed this with esun luminous (glow green in the dark) ABS filament for the Halloween door bell decoration. Initially I tried the 0.25mm depth and it did print out some fine textures, but I think it can be better. Then I tried the 1mm depth and it looks a lot better. Since I have one done now and there's no need for me to print with the 0.5mm / 1.5mm depth versions, not sure if those 2 will be better or worse. Printed with 0.12mm layer height and it is took over 7 hours to print.
The diameter for my button is ~13.6mm and the base is ~63.8mm. If you have other similar shape/size, you might be able to resize in the slicer and fit yours.
The actual glow is much brighter than the photo can show and the filament is excellent, glows a long time after the sun exposure and no ABS smell at all. Don't know the exact hours, but the glow lasted at least 2 hours.
Print vertically, rotate 45° with support from build plate only. Cura does not generate support properly and still generates support for the top side face, had to use the support block to block it.
Custom support to the top of the circle(face / back) might help to reduce the deformation and post clean up time.
Clean up the overhang around the circle and sand it smooth.
I spray painted the face in gold and sanded down the face to remove uneven artifact and paint. The glow in the dark photos was taken after it was painted.