This antique mall in Springfield has dealers who get really good antiques! 🙂
I like old things that time has tried And proven strong and good and fine; Rose-petal softness of old sheets; Old pottery of quaint design; Old trees that stand against the wind, However gnarled their branches are, Symbolic of a soul grown strong, Communing years with storm and star; Old houses marked by hours Of love and living through the years, That proudly bear their stamp of worth In spite of strife and stress and tears; Old faces time has etched with lines Of love and laughter, sorrow, too. I like old things — they have a depth Unknown by anything that’s new. Cora Mae Preble
*these are some of my favorite photos.
Pawn Stars episode, Sir Isaac Newton book. I was totally fascinated by this so I immediately went to Google to find out more. Found this website! Awesome! Indexing it for myself here on my blog.
1546, De Natura Fossilium (On the Nature
of Fossils) and De Ortu et Causis
Subterraneorum, the first book on physical geology and the book
featured on Pawn Stars.
The following Blog is written by thebooksinmylife.com 🙂
“Edwardian jewelry which is circa 1901 to 1910. Edward was Victoria’s son and reigned
for a short time so the jewelry from that era is quite collectible.” sassyclassics.com
Brooch I photographed I believe is called an Edwardian Star Burst Brooch. I am trying to piece together photographs and items I see to the appropriate era. Forgive me if I make mistakes! 🙂
Mourning jewelry is jewelry traditionally worn when someone was in mourning. During the 16th through 18th century memento mori jewelry was popular for mourning and it became even more popular after the death of Prince Albert. Queen Victoria remained in mourning until her passing in 1901, causing a revival of this type of jewelry. During the latter half of the 19th century they were of sombre design and black is the main used color. Materials used are typically black enamel, jet, onyx, human hair, glass, vulcanite and gutta-percha. please go to langantiques.com
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