Now this is just adorable! A 20 piece blue and white china dessert dish tea set. A miniature doll house size so perfect for tiny play. Although none of the pieces are marked, they are nice enough to be of … Read More
Another nice old collar The Gatherings is pleased to offer. Dating from the later Edwardian – teens, 1920’s era, the collar is made in two pieces in a tulle net. Embellished with colored and gold metallic thread, in a small … Read More
A lovely summer afternoon, graduation or wedding dress from the Edwardian era. Made of white batiste cotton fabric with machine embroidered detail, the dress would be quite wearable today. Bodice and most of the three-quartered length raglan sleeves are the … Read More
Here’s a truly wonderful, still boxed, children silverware set. The utensils consist of a bone handle knife and fork. Metal knife blade and fork tings. The spoon looks to be silver plate with a scroll design to the handle. The … Read More
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 lovely cream silk handkerchief dating from the late Victorian or Edwardian era. No decoration except for a hemstitched border. Unused, still with paper label of Hens & Kelly Co, with a price of 29 cents. Find out more here!
A lovely Armenian ~ Bebilla ~ Knotted (whichever name you wish to refer to) needle lace table doily. Dating from the later Victorian or Edwardian era, this doily is a lovely example. Find out more here!
So suitable for a bridal wedding, especially if initial happens to be “M”. Carry for a summer Gatsby party or any other special gathering, this lovely hand embroidered whitework linen drawstring purse from the Edwardian era. The front is decorated … Read More
Here’s an engaging needle case from the early 1900’s Edwardian era. The case, in a coffin shape, is made of a tan suede leather edged with a gray satin ribbon. A shield on the lid, outlined in ribbon, would have … 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