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
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!
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!