Truly beautiful lace underskirt, from Paris around the late Victorian/early Edwardian eraBlack satin with multiple layers of frilly lace from half way down, it would of course have been an underskirt/petticoat 140 plus years ago but would look great now worn as a skirt.Label says 'Au Louvre Paris' Perhaps a nearby shop? The skirt has had a few repa..
Amazing black bodice jacket from the late Victorian/early Edwardian era at the turn of the centuryCream lace boned collar with black pleated and embroidered panels and sleevesIntricate construction with 2 hook and eye panels to the front and embroidered lapels then securing over the shoulder.We've tried to capture this in the photosSome marks to th..
Simply beautiful, a brown silk and gaberdine cape with ruffled high collar and thick, roped tassels We've dated as early 20th century, from late victorian to the 1920's. The condition is very good, although the silk lining is fragile and beginning to go in places, We've photographed the worst. It could be easily replaced if you chose or sim..
A truly beautiful item from the turn of the last century.A black parasol with wooden stem and a glass and silver knob.The body of the parasol has layers of black lace ruffles and lace trim all in remarkable condition.The brolly mechanism even works perfectly.The silver hallmark has dated this to 1901, London madeVictorian /Edwardian as Queen Victor..
Gorgeous antique silver hat pin in attractive loop design crowned wit an amethyst Stamped CH for Carles Horner a reknowned silversmith based in Halifax in Yorkshire, stamped in Chester and dated to 1912. 20cm long, £78 inc UK postage Part of a large collection we've recently purchased, not all online, enquire for details. &nbs..
Gorgeous antique silver hat pin in the shape of a birds head. Made in London and dated by the silver stamp to 1912. Looks like a game birds head with detailed styling to the beak and crest and glass eyes. 26cm long £78 inc UK postage Part of a large collection that's recently come in, please get in touch for details...