Description: Child’s Party Dress
Age 1 to 2 years
19”Long x 19”Waist
Puff sleeve, opening 9”
Sheer organdy. Skirt has
rows of pleats & lace trim.
Bodice, collar & sleeves have
Slotted pink ribbon at waist.
Price $55.00 – 1930’s
Description: Walker and Hall, Sheffield, Englandl Silverplate Dish with 4 cut glass inserts. 5 1/2 inches x 8 inches. 4 Ball feet. Reticulated gallery with handles. Sheffield, England 1861 to the mid 20th Century. (tiny sliver on base of one insert)
Description: Child’s Dress,finest batiste.
20” gathered skirt flairs to 46” at hem. Bodice is completely crocheted in a filet lace
pattern of butterflies and flowers.
Pink ribbon slots through the...More Details »
Description: This delightful blue grape leaf and tendrils patterned compote was produced by T. Dimmock and Company, Hanley (Shelton) 1828-1859. It is incised "pearl war." This pearl ware glaze has a bit of blue...More Details »
Description: Child’s Cape Cream color silk with lace collar & trim.
Picture perfect for your little princess! Victorian Lady Harrison-Smith of Wilcote, Pewsey, England handmade this Child’s Silk Cape....More Details »
Description: Christening Dress. 39" long x 18" waist. Long sleeve, opening 8" with vintage petticoat. Fine lawn with lavish use of French whitework on V bodice through to the scalloped hem. Vertical nuns pleats with handmade lace. Circa 1900.
Description: English Sterling Frame with Heart Shaped View Opening.
William Comyns & Sons, London c.1899
Victorian, Rococo Revival
Sterling face screw-mounted
to a frame back that is covered
in blue...More Details »
Description: 31”Long x 18”Waist.
Long sleeve, opening 8”
Petticoat NOT original.
Bodice has horizontal pleats
& feather stitching, outlined by
frill over shouders. Boat neck.
Coat front with...More Details »
Description: Museum quality English Stevens & Williams vaseline overshot glass. This cylindrical vase is 11 1/4" tall. The opening at the top is 1 1/2". This is the most beautiful color glass I have ever...More Details »
Description: Gents Wedding Hanky size 18" which includes an ornate border of Kat lace & frill of Valenciennes
fine linen, lovingly repaired.
The Victorian groom would wear it in top pocket with lace flowing out. Rare find!
Description: Publisher: Macmillan & Company, London
Publication Date: 1920
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: Signed by Illustrator(s)
Edition: 5th or...More Details »
Description: Unbelieveable, that's how I will describe this entire book. Hidden under the gold gilt are four panel highly erotic scenes, four different scenes. They were painted and signed by Martin Frost. The...More Details »