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
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!
A Victorian pin keep or sewing case, complete with tools in a padded silk rose covered fabric case. The edge of the heart shaped case, both front and back, is studded with black straight pins, handy for that sewing project. … Read More
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 lovely hand tatted lace collar dating from the later Victorian era. Very fine tatting, the collar is shaped in a round neck line design. Scallop edging at the bottom edge. Off white in collar. Cotton thread. Find out more … Read More
Now, these are just a cute as can be! A home made game of bean toss. Maybe not just for a kids game but possibly for adults too. Who would give a hoot, except to say these two embroidered owls … 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!