A nice Victorian black insertion lace trim that would be suitable for sewing mourning or any other Victorian clothing. The trim is in unused condition, however, it is in three pieces. Find out more here!
A group of five hand made Irish Carrickmacross needle run doilies on tulle net. The shape of the doily is rather a square with pointed corners. A motif of clovers embellished the tulle of the center area. Each of the … Read More
A very pleasing handmade Irish Crochet table doily. The doily is in an off white color measuring 9-3/4″ wide. Find out more here!
Now here is a little sweetie which I am sure could steal your heart! A little boy’s 2 piece dress, from the late 1800’s, in a white pique cotton fabric. It is accented with tambour work embroidery at the bottom … Read More
A lovely hand tatted lace collar dating from the later Victorian era. Very fine tatting, the collar is shaped in a round neck line design. Scallop edging at the bottom edge. Off white in collar. Cotton thread. Find out more … Read More
A truly beautiful piece of Victorian or Edwardian Renaissance Battenburg lace trim yardage. The handmade piece features a delightful flower and leaf pattern. A tiny picot edging follows the graceful scallop design. This embellishment measures 28″ long x 6″ wide. Except … Read More
Dating from the early 1900’s, here is an itsy bitsy sweet little doll coin purse in a silk brocade fabric. The closure of the purse is a brass frame and the inside is lined in suede. Find Out More Here!
The attached note included with these two featured hand woven doily mats, not only add provenance, but a measure of charm. The typewritten note states: the linen in the centerpiece was made from flax, the seed of which was planted … Read More
A nice linen ABC’s children’s storybook published by Salfield, Akron, Ohio in the early part of the 1900’s. The book features 10 cloth pages of delightful figures and objects to help children learn their ABC’s and a related word for … Read More
A fancy work handkerchief dating from the late Victorian – Edwardian era made of drawn thread work. Linen center. This beautiful impressive edging measures 3-1/2″ in width. Find Out More Here!