A group of 1860s ladies. American. Print dress, plaid shawl, knitting
An enchantingly beautiful Edwardian image of a mother and her two children knitting together.
1830 antique silk bodice No.112030
Dressing Gown, 1862-1864
Alexandra of Denmark, 1860
Caroline Bolles Cleveland wore this dress to President Lincoln’s inaugural ball in 1861. Connecticut Historical Society
Gold gimmel ring, enamelled in various colours , the raised double box bezel containing a table cut diamond and red enamel simulating a ruby, opening to reveal two cavities beneath, filled respectively with a newborn baby and a skeleton, The inner sides of the twin interlocking hoops which are inscribed in Latin NON SEPARET HOMO /QUOD DEUS CONIUNXIT.( Man must not divide those whom God has joined together) terminate in winged shoulders and hands gripping red hearts...16th/early 17th century
Hand-tinted daguerreotype of a woman wearing a spoon bonnet, ca. 1850-1865.