chatelaine

How a chatelaine was worn by the lady of the household. This was something of a "status" item at the time. The word "chatelaine," itself, meaning "Lady of the Castle.add to my victorian era tattoo?

Chatelaine

Jewllery : La Châtelaine: In the and centuries, women in charge of their estates wore a decorative clip about the waist,of long chains holding useful notions within reach.

ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SEWING CHATELAINE, BIRMINGHAM, 1889

English Sterling Silver Sewing Chatelaine, Birmingham Heart shaped plaque with reticulated repousse allegorical figures and five appendages of various origins and makers consisting of scissors and.

Chatelaine with Watch ·

The watch and chatelaine are decorated with elaborate scrollwork and garlands over beautifully striated agate. The chatelaine is fitted with a watch key and a revolving rock crystal seal, …

English silver chatelaine with scissors, thimble, pen, etc.

English silver chatelaine with scissors, thimble, pen, etc. Mordan & Co.

Chatelaine

Antique Needlework Tools and Sewing: 12 Outstanding Early Century Gold Sewing Chatelaine in Original Case

chatelaine

Georgian chatelaine -clips to the waist band or belt for holding such items the mistress of the house might need throughout the day such as: seal, watch, scissors, thimble, key holder

STERLING SILVER CHATELAINE SEW THIMBLE HOOK Sterling Silver Chatelaine - thimble, scissor, button hook

Sterling Silver Sewing Tools Worn around the Neck called a Chatelaine (Or on a broach) I`d love to make one for my small weaving and/or tapestry stuff.

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