Do you have an old doll that needs a pair of stockings? The Gatherings is offering a pair of late Victorian dark navy blue knit stockings suitable especially for a cloth doll. Suitable for a country primitive look. Find out more … Read More
So delicate is the only way to describe this pair of vintage 1930’s The Kayser gloves. Made of silk, the scallop cuff is embroidered with small pink and off white flowers. Scrolling stitchery surrounds the flowers. Back of the cuff … Read More
Truly a lovely hand made pillow from the 1930’s or 1940’s made of many yo yo’s. The organdy fabric is of a soft shade of pink, green, pale blue and lavender. Certainly gives a touch of a cottage look with … Read More
A nice old piece of early 1900’s factory homespun fabric in a red, blue and white check. The fabric is hemmed on two sides (selvage on the other two), so possibly it was used as a small cloth on a … Read More
A true piece of Americana dating from the 1880s to the early 1900’s. The Royal River grain bag with its logo in faded blue was made in the area of Yarmouth, Maine on the Royal River. Find out more here!
Another Sanford novelty braid edging trim from the early 1900’s -1920’s. The trim is unused still in its original paper wrapper. It is a white cotton with blue scallop border. A nice trim for many sewing uses. It is the type … Read More
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 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!
Here’s a wonderful old vintage gold tinsel Christmas tree garland roping, dating from the 1940’s to 1950’s. Give your Christmas tree a look of nostalgia from the days gone by. Find out more here!