Many Victorians fashioned round discs, called pin keeps, to store straight pins for handy use on a dresser or sewing basket. The Gatherings is offering a pin keep, dating from the late 19th Century (about 1880-1890), covered in black velvet … Read More
An infant or baby’s Christening cape or capelet. The cape dates from the 1880’s or 1890’s Victorian era. Made a white pique fabric, the cape is embellished with whitework embroidery trim. A narrow trim accents the edge of the peter … 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!