Assembled Edwardian and Victorian Lace necklace. $148
One of my favorite pieces to date. An ominous and striking dagger, topped with a brass skull. It’s originally intended use or reason for manufacture is unknown, as the only clue we are given to its origin is “Made in Germany” on it’s blade and scabbard. While researching it I’ve found similar daggers and crossed claims that it is either fraternal or military, neither of these sitings seem true as it is most likely a “collectors blade” one could purchase out of the back of a 50s men’s magazine. Still badass as hell though.
I am writing this post to thank Florence for last night. I don’t have any other way to contact you so hopefully you might read this. We all had such a great time at your show and I just wanted to thank you for the tickets. I was blown away by your performance. Thank you for being so generous and I hope you enjoy everything you found at our shop yesterday!! I love you. You are absolutely amazing.
This is a silk velvet funeral curtain from the Victorian times. This curtain is about 9 feet long and 7 feet at its highest point. It conveniently folds up into a suitcase because it was used as a back drop in homes, cemeteries and churches or whenever the sad occasion would arise. It is in immaculate condition probably bc it was stored in its case most of its life. $1200. Odd Fellows Eye ceremonial tunic $248