Fostoria Baroque Elegant Depression Glass, Green. I think the designer was George Sakier who designed a lot of glass for Fostoria. For this set I have the 3 stick candelabras and also the bowl! Photo taken of my display shelf.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Saturday, February 14, 2015
These must be the most charming book covers I've come across in a long time. And the books are delightful, too!
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Here are some photos I took of 4 walrus-tusk-ivory bear salt/pepper shakers my grandmother acquired in 1920s Alaska. Probably Inuit.
Here are some unusual Fostoria Baroque pattern candle holders, in Red-Amberina and Purple (Amethyst). I also Baroque green, cobalt blue, and wisteria (pale lavender). I'll be taking photos in the next few days.
|FOSTORIA BAROQUE CANDLESTICKS, AMETHYST|
|FOSTORIA BAROQUE CANDLESTICKS, RED Or "Amberina"|
|Fostoria Depression glass, Baroque Amethyst (purple) candle-holders, designed by George Sakier|
|Fostoria Depression glass, Baroque Red (Amberina) candle-holders, designed by George Sakier|
Monday, January 13, 2014
Friday, December 6, 2013
Browsing thru Amazon's Kindle Regencys I came across this book http://www.amazon.com/Greetings-Season-Stories-Barbara-Metzger-ebook/dp/B00GA2AS54/ref=pd_sim_kstore_71, which I naturally purchased. I thought I'd add another picture for the cover. Can't review the book, as I haven't read it yet, but it looks promising. I'm rather flattered that they used my image, but [tossing head]. I wish I'd got a little credit, maybe a link to my (long neglected because my daughter HOGS the scanner all the time! Also I'm writing.) Blog.
I always wanted the gorgeous fashion plates from Ackermann's, Costume Parisien, Ladies Magazine (and others) to be used as book covers, and its gratifying to see it finally being done, though sadly, not very well. At least, not as well as my efforts.
Friday, June 7, 2013
|This original print is in such great condition it really didn't need any fixing up. But I did anyway. Note the "V" in the lower left corner. I believe that is the signature of the artist, H Vernet.|
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
|1825 dress. Probably from Ackermann's|
|Costume Parisien- the hat appears to be the main attraction.|
|Another 1825, Probably Ackermann's|