For your sewing basket, needlework project or other craft, a wonderful hank of Coronation braid trim from the early 1900’s – 1920’s. It is old stock, never used, still retaining the original store tag. Still tied with the old string. … Read More
A beautiful estate find from a local family. The Gatherings is pleased to offer this knotted darn net lace. Dates from the early part of the 1900’s – 1920’s Chinese influence, machine made. Color is an ecru or oatmeal. This … Read More
For a tiny infant baby doll, a sweet long cotton doll dress in white batiste fabric. Dress dates from the early 1900’s to 1920’s. It is a home sewn dress on a treadle machine. Bodice is made with three rows of … 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!
Now here is a little sweetie which I am sure could steal your heart! A little boy’s 2 piece dress, from the late 1800’s, in a white pique cotton fabric. It is accented with tambour work embroidery at the bottom … 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