Perfume Bottle; Moser Glass
Cameo "poison ring" / A poison ring or pillbox ring is a type of ring with a container under the bezel or inside the bezel itself that could be used to hold poison or another substance. Rings like this have been used throughout history to carry perfume, locks of hair, devotional relics, messages and other keepsakes, so they have also been known as "box rings" or "socket rings".
Vintage Sterling Tea Pot Strainer Infuser by R Blackinton in Prunus Blossom
Victorian: #Victorian cast-iron radiator.
Vintage Christmas Photographs ~ Girl and Boy on Christmas Morning. Circa early 1900's.
15 Quick and Easy Vegetable Side Dishes - These side dishes can match any main dish with just 10 min prep. They're so easy, hearty and packed with flavor!
Victorian Vintage Lace
Antique Flapper Cloche Hat Silk Velvet Ribbon Trim Stamen Lilac Pink Millinery
1805-1810, Dress, French. MET, C.I.59.5. Silk embroidered net over solid silk.
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Bonheur embroidered cuff bracelet
Perfume bottle | The House of Beccaria~
antique dressing table
Upcycled Metal Crown
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17th century embroidered velvet book cover.
Vintage Silver Colored Metal Covered Small Perfume Bottle M I w Germany | eBay
TREPANATION: This "therapy" holds that insanity is caused by demons lurking inside the skull. Boring a hole in the patient’s head creates a door through which the demons can escape, and – viola! – out goes the crazy.
Female patients receiving Radium Therapy, early 20th century
The Colonel :: woman's best friend...? (vintage ad)
Scotch Hair Tape...
historic photos of "white" slaves
The mummified heart is said to be that of vampire Auguste Delagrance, responsible for the deaths of more than forty people back in the 1900, a period of Vampirism in the USA. When identified, Delagrance was hunted down by a Roman Catholic priest and a Voodoo Hougan, and destroyed in 1912.
A world's record 384-pound black sea bass caught by Franklin Schenck of Brooklyn with rod and reel off Catalina Island, California, on August 17, 1900.