Now this is just adorable! A 20 piece blue and white china dessert dish tea set. A miniature doll house size so perfect for tiny play. Although none of the pieces are marked, they are nice enough to be of … Read More
A mid to later Victorian shawl tulle net scarf collar in a lovely cream ivory color. A short little wrap to accent a daytime dress. Made of a finer cotton tulle, the shawl is edged in a lovely white machine … Read More
Early 1900’s or late Victorian white with black printed calico sunbonnet. Nicely made the bonnet has ties in the back to adjust the fit Also ties under the chin. Bonnet would fit a child about the age of 2 to … Read More
Here’s a truly wonderful, still boxed, children silverware set. The utensils consist of a bone handle knife and fork. Metal knife blade and fork tings. The spoon looks to be silver plate with a scroll design to the handle. The … Read More
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