Children 12 Wooden Toy Building Blocks Printed Letters Numbers Pictures

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A set of early 1900’s – 1920’s children toy building blocks.  There are 12 blocks in the group, although not a complete set.  Natural wood with printed letters, numbers and pictures.  Pictures of buffalo, horse, dog, lion, panther, deer, elephant … Read More

Society Silk Christmas Holly Berry Victorian Embroidery Square Linen Doily Cloth

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Vintage Christmas can come anytime of the year. Why not this lovely society silk holly berry embroidery square table doily mat.  Dating from the Victorian or Edwardian era, the cloth features a large cluster of berries in two opposite corners. … Read More

Vintage Art Deco 1920 Beaded Belt Sautoir Necklace Woven Geometric

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Here’s a neat hand loomed beaded belt or sautoir from the 1920’s, Art Deco. Every girl then needed one, two or a few of these accessories for her fashionable wardrobe during the height of the jazz age. This particular belt … Read More

Vintage 1950s Christmas Tree Glass Garland Double Bead Indent 98 Inch

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From a Christmas past, a mercury glass beaded tree garland.  In soft shades of silver, green, pink and lime, this garland would be a nice addition to your Christmas tree. Made of double indent beads, alternating with elongated beads, the … Read More

Colorful Vintage Tablecloth Embroidery Butterfly Novelty Lace Edging

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Here’s a fun vintage luncheon size tablecloth dating from the later 1930’s or 1940’s.  The cloth is embellished with four colorful butterflies embroidered in each of the corners.  Size of each butterfly is 7″ wide x 5″ long. Overall size … Read More

Vintage 1930s 1940s Square Linen Tablecloth Hand Cross Stitch Embroidery

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Dating from the 1930’s – 1940’s, a linen tablecloth with hand cross stitch embroidery.  A floral motif of rose, lavender, blue and green colors.  Each flower motif is situated in the four corners and center of the cloth. A pretty … Read More