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Antique Vintage Edwardian 1920's Ribbon Rectangle Glass Handkerchief Box

A lovely vintage glass box, or case, for storing hankies, from a time period long ago. Handkerchiefs that were so part of daily living, also deserved a beautiful storage box. This glass case dates from the later Edwardian - 1920's era. The case is rectangle in shape, fitted with glass sides, bottom and lid. The lid is hinged in the center so each side opens for easy access to the hankies.…

A Wonderful 1860 to 1870 Dress With A Tidbit Of History

 Another one of those early dresses with a wonderful tidbit of history.  This Victorian lady's dress is from the late 1860's, Civil War era, or 1870's in a green plaid linen (possibly mixed with a silk or a wool challis) with over skirt. Buttons down the front with 7 fabric over metal buttons (should be 8 but one is missing at the waist). The lace ruffle and velvet trim at the ne…

Greetings and Merry Christmas To All

The Gatherings Antique Vintage wishes each and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  Antique and vintage glass, spun wire ornaments and glass ball garland are featured on this old feather Christmas tree.

From The Generations Past ~ The Ever Popular Sailor Suit For Little Folks

Now, this little sailor suit dates from the vintage years of the 1920's.  Its pretty darn cute, isn't it?   Made of  blue cotton, the suit  was, also, found with a pair of blue with white stripes long socks to match.  The top features long sleeves with buttons at the wrist. Red stripe on one shoulder and boat/anchor on the other. Slash pocket on one side of the top.…

Out Of The Trunk Of Yesteryear ~ A Divine Edwardian Hat

I have always admired this wonderful lady's 1910-1912 (Titanic era) Edwardian brimmed hat in wonderful condition.  So I thought I would share.The outside of the hat is of a brushed plush in green sprinkled with reddish brown. A very interesting plush. This same fabric is slightly folded to form the crown of hat ending in a bow adorned with a large cut steel buckle at the back. Still mo…