English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800

English-Chippendale-George-III-Mahogany-Antique-Chest-on-Chest-of-Drawers-c-1800-01-nc English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800

English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800
READ ABOUT OUR GALLERY. A FINE GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST OF DRAWERS. With dentil molding and original brasses; England, circa 1800 Item # 910AJP19Q. The selection of rich mahogany timbers for the drawers is notable with golden currents of grain swell that glow beautifully against the scarlet hue of the darker grain patterns. There is a sense of excellence and careful choice in every element of this chest-on-chest. The crest projecting around the top has a tight dentil-molding with each repeating tooth separated by a circle with a dot. Details that allow a surface nearly devoid of embellishment to be a powerful design statement. Each drawer is hand dovetailed in the typical manner with tight pins in the thin cut oak secondary woods. The front joints are surrounded by a thin cockbead molding that frames the drawer attractively and protects the veneer edges. Original cast brass pulls are retained on each drawer. Two standout elements in this chest are 1 the attractively diminutive height, standing at just shy of 66, and 2 the unusual form of the bracket feet, each with an integral spur that curves out like a rolling wave, the profile of the bracket foot mirrored with a rain-channel carving around the edges. A piece that was clearly cared for and cherished, it remains in fine original condition and is an excellent presentation piece. 65 3/4″ H x 23″ D x 45 W. Condition Report: Original brasses. Surface refreshed and refinished with some old color variation throughout. Some looseness to backboards. Wear to upper left crest corner. Spot of color loss on the left side on the base molding. Triangular splice patch to left side of upper case at apron molding. Welcome to our shop! My name is Andrew Silla and my wife and I own and operate Silla, ltd in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. You can read more about our gallery by clicking here. Finding these pieces is a hunt, a journey and we pursue each piece in the collection for a reason. Thank you for taking the time to look through our pieces and we look forward to working with you! _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item “English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800″ is in sale since Monday, November 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Furniture\Chests & Trunks\1800-1899″. The seller is “sillafineantiques” and is located in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1800-1899
  • Color: Brown
  • Type: Chest
  • Style: Victorian
  • Sub-Style: English
  • Region of Origin: England
  • Material: Mahogany
  • Height: 65.75
  • Width: 45
  • Depth: 23
  • Custom Detail: Antique English George III Mahogany Chest on Chest of Drawers

English Chippendale George III Mahogany Antique Chest on Chest of Drawers c. 1800

BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860

BEAUTIFUL-ANTIQUE-VICTORIAN-ENGLISH-9K-GOLD-SEED-PEARL-RING-c1860-01-xoz BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860

BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860
A superb antique English, solid 9 carat gold ring, a mid-Victorian copy of a Georgian design. Beautifully made, with hand engraved shoulders, ornate band and hand chased head set with three lovely lustrous baroque seed pearls. There is a gap next to the largest pearl but it’s totally original, not a chip to the pearl. It dates from around 1860 and is in excellent, fully wearable condition throughout, with no loss or damage. It weighs 3.1 grams and its ring size is 7 US / N ½ UK – not easily resized. The final photo shows it with a US penny (1 cent) coin for scale, which measures 19 mm / ¾ of an inch diameter. What’s more, I offer layaway deals so there’s no need to let any of my listings slip through your fingers – just ask! The free listing tool. The item “BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860″ is in sale since Saturday, January 24, 2015. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Rings”. The seller is “victoriousantiquejewellery” and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped worldwide.
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD SEED PEARL RING c1860

Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art

Antique-Cookbook-Victorian-Cookery-1890-Decoration-Needle-Fancy-Work-Home-Art-01-cvki Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art

Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art
Note: Many of my clients are food service professionals, cooks, homemakers, hobbyists, etc. All seeking detailed information about their preferred fields of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Types of Recipes/Instructions Included in this Book (General Only, For Specific Recipes See Full Contents in Main Description): American Domestic Cyclopedia Victorian Cookbook Cookery Culinary Cuisine Cook Women Wife Housewife Housekeeper Women Ladies Mistress Home Life House Residence Estate Ornament Decoration Household Management Fancy Work Embroidery Lace Furniture Amusements Children Babies Nursery Parenting Toilet Laundry Crochet Macrame Parlor Games Entertaining Friezes Overmantels Screens Photograph Case Portieres Pincushions Domestic Art Etiquette Manners Politeness Courtesy Proper Conduct Behavior Gentility Invitations Dinner Table Ball Party Room Breakfast, Luncheon Riding Driving Engagements Weddings Crewel Needlework Decorative Oil Painting Water Colors Tapestry Charades Pantomimes Parlor Games Cooking Recipes Baking Broiling Boiling Roasting Food Breakfast Dishes Soups Meats Beef Poultry Fish Vegetables Salads Relishes Bread Rolls Jellies Preserves Puddings Pies Fancy Dishes Cakes Ice Cream Summer Drinks Confectionery Pastry Beer Floriculture Bouquets Flowers Greenhouse Window Gardening House Plants Home Physician Doctor First Aid Disease Beauty Cosmetics Household Hints Cleaning Repairing How-To Self-Help Boots Shoes Oil Kerosene Lamps. THE AMERICAN DOMESTIC CYCLOPAEDIA. A Volume of Universal Ready Reference for American Women in American Homes, Containing a Large Fund of Useful Information, Facts, Hints and Suggestions Upon the Various Topics Pertaining to Home Life, Including Home Decoration, Household Management, Domestic Affairs, Cookery, Ladies Fancy Work, Medical Matters, Floriculture, Etiquette, Home Amusements, the Nursery, Artistic Embroidery, Decorative Painting, Lace Making, the Toilet, the Laundry, Etc. Published in 1890 by F. Lupton, Publisher, New York. 7 x 5 cloth hardcover. Featuring One-Hundred and Eighty-Nine Illustrations. Condition: VERY GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Beautiful exterior as shown in photo. Text is clean and complete, albeit lightly tanned due to age and pulp content of paper. No torn, loose or missing pages. Great example of this rare 19th-century household and domestic guide. This rare antique book is a delightful compendium of all things domestic in the Victorian era cookery, embroidery, home decoration, the art of housekeeping, crochet, macramé, and ladies fancy work, parlor games and amusements for entertaining the family and guests, family health and medicine, beauty and grooming, and of course social etiquette. It is a compact but thick volume, 544 pages in length, crammed with information and illustrations 189 illustrations in all. The cookery section alone is large enough to comprise a full cookbook! THE AMERICAN DOMESTIC CYCLOPEDIA is at once an informative and helpful how-to guide and a social document attesting to everything that was important to homemakers in the late 19th century. An attempt has been made, in the compilation of the book, to include every subject in which woman is interested, wherein information of a practical nature can be imparted through printed instructions. It may be said that the work is an epitome of nearly all that may be learned from books upon the twin subjects of housekeeping and homemaking. Nor has the social side of womans existence been neglected, as a perusal of the excellent departments of Etiquette and Home Amusements will abundantly testify. The mission of the book is to lighten the cares and the burdens and to multiply the pleasures and enjoyments of home. Treat yourself to this all-in-one domestic library from the golden years of the Victorian period! Whether you want to spice up tomorrows dinner with a surprising taste of yesterday, or add some 19th-century flair to your 21st-century household, THE AMERICAN DOMESTIC CYCLOPEDIA is the book for you. HOME DECORATION: Embroidered Chair Quaint Friezes, Overmantels and Screens Photograph Case Decorative Notes Ornamental Calendar Portieres Pincushions Decorative Folding Mirror Reglet Stick Lattice-work Paper Pocket Domestic Art Fancy Work Notes A Scarf in Couching Fancy Table Cover Fancy Work-Bag Curtain for Corner Hanging Closet The Daisy Tidy Pillow-Sham Home Art How to make a Sideboard Cover Pretty Handkerchief Case Drapery for Screen A Pretty and Useful Tidy Window Lambrequin A Plush Crazy Quilt Five OClock Tea Cloths, Etc Painted and Embroidered Curtain Palette Penwiper Decorative Curtains Fancy Sachet Pincushion Hanging Portfolio Bed Spread Painted Tambourine Ribbon Handkerchief Case Calendar Panel Key Case A Pretty Holder Catchall Stand Cover Card Receiver Pretty Mats Card Case Decorative Blotter A Pretty Letter Basket Fan Wall Pocket Splasher Cretonne Table Cover Chair Scarf Lamp Mat Tissue Paper Mats Whisk Broom Holder Portieres Photograph Case Sachet Japanese Tidy Thermometer Twine Holder Curtains Sachet Bags Fan Baskets A Pretty Chair Scarf Fancy Work Notes A Beautiful Tidy A Table Cover Mantel Lambrequins Waste Paper Basket A Pretty Screen A Pretty Wall Pocket Summer Curtains Scrim Toilet Set. ETIQUETTE: Introductions Visiting Morning Calls Cards Conversation Notes of Invitation, Etc The Promenade The Dinner Table The Ball Room Staying at a Friends House Breakfast, Luncheon, Etc. Riding and Driving Engagements and Weddings At Homes, and Five OClock Teas Bad Practices General Hints. ARTISTIC EMBROIDERY By Ella Rodman Church: Worsted Embroidery Crewel-Work The Crewel Stitch An Embroidered Frieze A Dado in Crewels A Worsted-Worked Portiere Curtains with Sprays of Sumac A Sweet Pea Table Cover Screens in Crewel Work Carriage Wraps Simple Ideas of Color Silk Embroidery The Stitch for Silk Embroidery French or Flat Embroidery Border in Flat Embroidery The French Knot Point-Russe Herring Bone or Feather Stitch Chain Stitch Ladder-Stitch Chinese Embroidery Designing and Transferring Designs Transferring Designs Articles in Silk Embroidery A Screen of Peacock Feathers A Pretty Banner Screen Another Banner Screen Embroidered Table Top Window Curtain Border Panels Small Curtains or Hangings A Wreathed Picture An Embroidered Room A Fan Table Cover A Chair Cover Fire Screens A Childs Afghan Print Work Silk Embroidery with Gold Modern Work Materials Used Gold Cord Gold Braid Bullion Spangles Gold Thread Embroidered Books and Other Articles A Maroon Velvet Book A Queens Needlework Petrarchs Sonnets Another Royal Book A Book of Engravings Scrap Book Covers Album Covers Letter Case Gold and Silk Embroidery Monogram in Gold Thread Applied work with Embroidery A Lambrequin in Applique Key Bag in Applique and Embroidery Silk Applique Work Cretonne Work Crape Picture Applique Linen Applique Embroidery in Chenille. THE NURSERY: Pre-Natal Influences Babys Wardrobe Babys Arrival Care of a Baby Babys Ailments What to Teach Baby. LACE MAKING AND CROCHET by Mrs. Stauffer: Medallion Lace Crocheted Shoulder Cape Neck Ruching Leaf Edging Vandyke Lace, with Braid Insertion and Buttonhole Point Punnet Lace Crochet Underskirt Tunisian Lace Wheel Lace Single Spider Web Lace, with Edge Beaver Lace Single Chain and Shell Insertion Pointed Edge to Match Insertion Tortoise Shell Lace Peacocks Tail Pattern Afghan, Mosaic Pattern Wide Novelty Braid, with Crochet Edge Balbriggan Crochet Lace Picot Insertion to Match Picot Lace Neetmok Design Crochet Design for Tidy, Etc Baby Blanket Lace for Flannel Skirts Crochet Edge Chaotic and Fan Lace Feather Edge Lace Saw Tooth Edge in Crochet Wheel Lace Shell Lace Beehive Lace Woolen Lace Skirt Trimming Pineapple Insertion Clover-leaf Edging Crazy Lace Narrow Clover Leaf Edge Strawberry Lace in Crochet Insertion for Strawberry Lace Lattice Lace. DECORATIVE PAINTING by Lida and M. Clarkson: Introduction Flower Painting in Oils Oil Painting Upon Silk and Satin Oil Painting Upon Plush Painting in Water Colors Tapestry or Dye Painting Bronze Painting Hints in Conclusion. HOME AMUSEMENTS: Acting Charades Shadow Pantomimes Tableaux Vivants Parlor Games The Ministers Cat Bird. Beast and Fish Throw the Handkerchief Stage-Coach Fox and Geese Pantomime French Blind-Man My Ladys Toilet The Puzzle Word Shadow Buff Pigeon Flies Tableaux Magical Music Acrostics The Mock Newspaper Qualifications The Magic Answer The Lawyer The Emperor of Morocco Out We Go, In We Go The Blind Postman Home Truths Proverbs The Stick The Farrago Characters Why? The Cat and the Mouse Run for Your Lives Cupids Box The Bouquet The Order of the Whistle A Guessing Game Adjectives Have You Read the New Book? Destiny Dumb Scrambo An Animated Game Blue Jack Questions and Answers Bean Bags The Feather Game Cupids Coming How Do You Like Your Neighbor? Forfeits One Old Ox Opening Oysters He Can Do Little Who Cant Do This Jacks Alive. PART TWO THE HOUSEHOLD. BREAKFAST DISHES: How to make Good Coffee How to make Hominy Muffins How to make Corn Muffins How to make Buttermilk Muffins How to make Bread Griddle Cakes How to make Buckwheat Cakes How to make French Pancakes How to make Egg Pancakes How to make Cream Pancakes How to make Corn Griddle Cakes How to make Wheat Griddle Cakes How to make Batter Pancakes How to make Breakfast Corn Cakes How to make Lemon Flapjacks How to make Delicious Waffles How to make Hominy Fritters How to make an Omelet How to make Scrambled Eggs How to make Eggs a la Crème How to make Eggs Newport Style How to make Stuffed Eggs How to make Cupped Eggs How to make Eggs a la Mode How to make a Nice Dish for Breakfast A Good Way to Cook Eggs How to make a Breakfast Dish How to make Potato Cakes for Breakfast How to make a Cheap Breakfast Dish. SOUPS: How to make Asparagus Soup How to make Potato Soup How to make Green Pea Soup How to make Cream of Rice Soup How to make Chicken Cream Soup How to make Saturday Soup How to make Cauliflower Soup How to make Minute Soup How to make Veal Cream Soup How to make Macaroni Soup How to make Beef Soup How to make One Day Soup How to make Mutton Soup How to make Poultry Soup How to make Bean Soup How to make Julienne Soup How to make Codfish Soup How to make Vegetable Soup How to make Tomato Soup How to make Summer Soup How to make Plain Soup How to make Okra Soup. MEATS AND POULTRY: How to make Potted Beef How to make French Beefsteak How to make An Excellent Dish How to make Chicken Viennese Style How to make Chicken Patties How to make Smothered Chickens How to make Virginia Fried Chicken Beef Rolls How to make Veal Cutlets How to make A la Mode Chicken How to make Curry How to make Tripe a la Lyonaise with Tomatoes How to make Boiled Corn Beef How to Cook a Rabbit How to make Baked Ham How to make Sauce Piquante How to make Minced Veal and Eggs How to make Boned Chicken How to make Pigeon Pie How to make Mutton Cutlets in the Portuguese Way How to make A Brown Sauce How to make Fried Meat Cakes How to make Veal Scollop How to make Thick Gravy How to make Hashed Fowl How to make Chicken Fried How to remove Fishy Taste from Game How to make Chicken Fritters How to make Chicken Croquette New Way of Cooking Chickens How to make French Chicken Pie Pickled Tongue How to make A Delicious Beefsteak How to make a Veal Omelet How to Pickle Tongues How to make Roast Partridge How to dress Cold Fowl How to make Bread Sauce for Partridge How to make Stewed Liver How to make Meat Tender How to make a Nice Supper Dish How to make Spiced Veal How to make Mint Sauce for Lamb How to give Delicious Flavor to Lamb How to make Fillet of Veal Boiled How to make Cold Tongue on Toast How to make Veal Sausages How to make Excellent Tea Dish How to make A Good Breakfast Dish How to make Mutton Pie How to cook a Duck How to make Pressed Chicken How to make Scrambled Mutton The Right Way to Cook Steak How to make Boiled Tongue How to make Frizzled Beef How to make Roasted Tongue How to make Spiced Beef How to make Broiled Ham How to make Liver Fried as Cutlets A good way to Cook Liver. FISH: How to make Oyster Omelet How to make Fish Chowder How to make Spiced Oysters How to make Fried Oysters How to make Broiled Oysters How to make Codfish with Cream How to make Broiled Salmon How to make Oyster Patty How to make Salmon Croquettes How to make Clams with Cream How to make Baked Bluefish How to make Deviled Crabs How to make Crab Sauce How to make Panned Clams How to make Codfish Balls How to make Oyster Toast How to cook Clams How to make Fish Croquettes How to make Clam Cakes How to make Cornish Fish Pies How to make Pickled Oysters How to Broil Smoked Halibut How to make Clam Soup How to make Broiled Mackerel How to make Oyster Macaroni How to make Oyster Loaf How to make Sauce Piquante for Fish How to make Fish Sauce. VEGETABLES: Boiling Potatoes Snap Beans and Potatoes How to Cook Asparagus Asparagus with Eggs Stewed Cucumbers Stuffed Turnips Macaroni Stuffed Egg Plant Stuffed Squash Saratoga Potatoes Baked Onions Potato Dumplings An Appetizing Entrée Fried Cauliflower Irish Stew How to Cook Spinach Tomato Pie Excellent Way to Cook Tomatoes Baked Beets Little Cabbage Vegetable Hash Baked Cabbage Succotash Potatoes a la Duchesse Macaroni Cheese Stewed Mushrooms Stewed Carrots Potato Croquettes Imitation Duck Potatoes Fried Whole Scalloped Squash Potato Pie A Delicious Dish Haricot Beans Potatoes Fried with Butter Scalloped Tomatoes Celery Sauce Fried Potatoes Onions and Tomatoes Sauce Robert Tomato and Onion Omelet Scalloped Onions Baked Cauliflower Neetmok Green Corn Flakes Scalloped Potatoes Lima Beans with Cream Corn with Tomatoes Browned Potatoes Tomato Sauce Baked Tomatoes for Breakfast Potato Snow Potato Puffs Potato Fritters Fried Egg Plant Horseradish Sauce Potato Balls How to prepare Potatoes for Breakfast Green Corn Pudding Cauliflower Omelet Tomato Toast Tomatoes Fried. SALADS AND RELISHES: How to make Fine Cucumber Pickles How to make Egg Pickle How to make Delicious Beet Salad How to make Celery Salad How to make Potato Salad How to make Chicken Salad How to make Pickled Cauliflower How to make Tomato Catsup How to Dress Salad Asparagus Pickled How to make Lobster Salad How to make Cauliflower Salad How to make Tomato Salad How to make Herring Salad How to make Cabbage Salad How to make Something Nice How to make Sweet Cucumber Pickles How to make German Salad How to make Carrot Salad How to make Pickled Onions How to make Winter Salad How to make Ham Salad How to make French Mustard How to make Spiced Apples How to Pickle Red Cabbages How to make Cucumber Catsup How to make Salad Dessert How to make Pickled Oysters How to make Clover Vinegar How to make Salad Dress How to make Fruit Salad How to make Sweet Pickles How to make Chili Sauce How to make Currant Catsup How to make Grape Catsup How to make Preserved Tomatoes How to make Spiced Currants How to make Tomato Butter How to make Hot Slaw How to make Cucumber Salad. BREAD AND ROLLS: Eight Points in Bread Making How to make Graham Bread How to keep Bread Moist Home Made Crackers Rice Bread How to make Home-made Graham Crackers How to make Indian Bread How to make Squash Biscuit How to make Brown Bread How to make Bread Cheesecakes How to make Graham Gems How to make Oatmeal Crackers How to make Rosettes How to make French Rolls How to make Tea Rolls How to make Scotch Shortbread How to make French Toast How to make German Cream Biscuits How to make Graham Biscuits How to make Oatmeal Gems How to make Breakfast Rolls without Soda How to make Dyspepsia Bread How to make Oatmeal Wafers How to make Oatmeal Biscuit How to make Light Rolls How to make Graham Wafers How to make Good Brown Bread How to make Railroad Yeast Rice Biscuits How to make Indian Meal Puffs How to make Steamed Brown Bread How to make Tea Puffs How to make Block Biscuits How to make Old Maid Bread How to make Rice Biscuits How to make Ginger Biscuits How to make Indian Bread How to make Egg Sandwiches How to make Corn Gems How to make Improving Bread How to make Tea Rusks How to make Johnny Cake How to make Tea Biscuits How to make Cottage Bread. JELLIES AND PRESERVES: How to Preserve Pineapples in Slices How to make Russian Jelly for Invalids How to make Grape Preserves How to make Frosted Currants How to make Chicken Jelly How to make Mock Champagne Jelly How to make Preserved Cherries How to make Hints about Making Preserves How to make Lemon Syrup How to make Apple Jelly How to make Orange Jelly How to make Citron or Watermelon Preserves How to make Orange Marmalade How to make Uncooked Currant Jelly How to make Calfs Foot Jelly How to make Raspberry Jam How to make Peach Butter How to make Coffee Jelly How to make White Currant Jam How to make Preserved Citron How to make Plum Marmalade How to make Gooseberry Jelly How to make Spiced Peaches How to make Quince Marmalade How to make Blackberry Jelly How to make Jellies without Fruit How to make Crab Apple jelly How to make Lemon Jelly How to make Blackberry Jam How to make Currant Jelly How to make Apple Jam How to make Plum Preserves How to make Pickled Peaches and Plums How to make Tapioca Jelly How to make Isinglass Jelly How to make Gooseberry Jelly How to make Cranberry Jelly How to make Peach Marmalade How to make Gooseberry Jam How to make Pickled Apples. How to make Apple Fritters How to make Amber Pudding How to make Apple Charlotte How to make Apple Pudding How to make Apple Souffle How to make All the Year Round Pudding How to make an Excellent Pudding How to make Pudding a lElegante How to make Delicious Apple Sauce How to make Apple Dumplings How to make Albany Puffs How to make Apple Custard How to make Brown Betty How to make Bread Pudding How to make Baked Lemon Pudding How to make Birds Nest Pudding How to make Fried Bananas How to make Cup Plum Pudding How to make Cranberry Sauce How to make Chocolate Pudding How to make Chocolate Cream Custards How to make Cranberry Pudding How to make Coffee Custard How to make Cranberry Roll How to make Delicious Fritters How to make Crows Nest How to make Cream Fritters How to make Cake Pudding How to make Custard Pudding How to make Cream Batter Pudding How to make Egg Pudding How to make Cracker Pudding How to make Citron Pudding How to make Cottage Pudding How to make Cracked Wheat Pudding How to make Cream Custard How to make Date or Prune Pudding How to make a Delicious Pudding How to make Dandy Pudding How to make English Plum Pudding How to make Egg Sauce How to make Floating Island Custard How to make Orange Fritters How to make Fruit Roll How to make Fig Pudding How to make Farmers Pudding How to make Fruit Pudding How to make Ginger Pudding How to make Sauce for Ginger Pudding How to make Golden Pudding How to make Graham Pudding How to make Hard Times Pudding How to make Hard Sauce for Pudding How to make Home Pudding How to make Indian Pudding How to make Indian Apple Pudding How to make Kiss Pudding How to make Kent Pudding How to make Lemon Meringue Pudding How to make Lemon Custard How to make Magic Pastry How to make Lemon Fritters How to make Lemon Pudding How to make Lemon Flap-Jacks How to make Molasses Sauce How to make Maple Sugar Sauce How to make Mountain Dew Pudding How to make Orange Pudding How to make Peach Pudding How to ice Pastry How to make Orange Roly Poly How to make Pan Pudding How to make Pineapple Fritters How to make Pineapple Pudding How to make Peach Potpie How to make Plum Pudding How to make Pop Overs How to make Puff Pudding How to make Queen of Puddings How to make Quick Pudding How to make Sweet Potato Pudding How to make Steamed Pudding How to make New Rice Pudding How to make Rice and Apples How to make Raspberry Fritters How to make Raisin Pudding How to make Rice Fritters How to make Raspberry Custard How to make Strawberry Shortcake How to make Swiss Pudding How to make Steamed Apples How to make Suet Pudding How to make Simple Dessert How to make Snow-Ball Pudding How to make Pudding Sauce How to make a Fine Pudding Sauce How to make Stewed Apples How to make Sweet Apple Custard How to make Sallie Lunn How to make Tiptop Pudding How to make Tapioca Pudding How to make Wine Sauce for Pudding How to make Yorkshire Pudding How to make Apple Meringue Pie How to make Cherry Pie How to make Spring Mince Pies How to make Cream Pie How to make Custard Pie How to make Mock Lemon Pie How to make Pie Crust without Lard How to make Oatmeal Pie Crust How to make Beverly Pie How to make Corn Starch Custard Pie How to make Lemon Pie How to make Lemon Meringue Pie How to make Apple Custard Pie How to make Rhubarb Cream Pie How to make Orange Pie How to make Buttermilk Pie How to make Rice Pie How to make Pumpkin Pie How to make Marlborough Pie How to make Washington Pie How to make Cocoanut Pie How to make Peach Pie How to make Prune Pie. FANCY DISHES: How to make Pineapple Bavarian Cream How to make Lemon Float How to make Peaches with Rice How to make Coffee Cream How to make Charlotte Russe How to make Snow Eggs How to make Airy Nothings How to make Snow Custard How to make Cream Pies and Orange Dessert How to make Whipped Cream How to make Watermelon Tea Dish How to make Compote of Oranges How to make Gooseberry Trifle How to make Hens Nest How to make Dessert How to make Orange Butter How to make Cocoanut Cones How to make Dorcas American Cream How to make Velvet Cream How to make Spirals How to make Ambrosia How to make Corn Starch Blanc Mange How to make Apple Charlotte How to make Snowflake How to make Lemon Conserve How to make Orange Tart How to make Snow Balls How to make Spanish Puffs How to make Peach Butter How to make German Trifle How to make Havana Butter How to make Blanc Mange How to make Banana Pie How to make Orange Salad How to make Apple Snow How to make Apple Cream How to make Chocolate Cream How to make Caledonian Cream How to make Quince Snow. CAKES: Weights and Measures How to make Bon Ton Wedding Cake How to make Snow Jelly Cake How to make Rich Coffee Cake How to make Marble Cake How to make Lemon Cake How to make Good Plain Cookies How to make Sand Hearts How to make Watermelon Cake How to make Frosting for Cake How to make Currant Cookies How to make Cocoanut Cake How to make Apple Cake How to make Angel Cake How to make A Useful Cake How to make Dolly Varden Cake How to make Almond Cake How to make Raised Raisin Cake How to make Strawberry or Red Cake How to make Farmers Fruit Cake How to make Ice Cream Cake How to make Rice Cake How to make Pineapple Cake How to make Gelatine Frosting How to make Molasses Cookie How to make Banana Cake How to make Buttermilk Cakes How to make Bachelors Buttons How to make Bread Cake How to make Coffee Cakes How to make Black Cake How to make Filling for Layer Cake How to make Old Fashioned Muster Gingerbread How to make Chocolate Jumbles How to make Honey Cakes How to make Huckleberry Cake How to make Boston Cake How to make Queens Cake How to make Cream Cake How to make Cream Tea Cakes How to make Mrs. Crabtrees Cake How to make Lady Fingers How to make Loaf Seed Cake How to make Kisses How to make Adelaide Cake How to make Fruit Cream Cake How to make Hickorynut Macaroons How to make Tea Cake How to make Boston Tea Cakes How to make Soft Cookies How to make Ginger Snaps How to make Christmas Cake How to make Molasses Sponge Cake How to make Corn Cake How to make Fruit Cake How to make Jelly Cake, to roll How to make Sponge Drops How to make Mothers Tea Cake How to make Choice Fig Cake How to make Fried Cakes without Eggs How to make Coffee Snaps How to make Currant Cake How to make Layer Cake How to make Hickorynut Cake How to make Chocolate Icing How to make Hickorynut Cookies How to make Molasses Cake How to make Sponge Cake How to make Clove Cake How to make Macaroons How to make Feather Cake How to make Ginger Cookies How to make Snowden Cake New Way to Prepare Chocolate Cake How to make Fruit Cake How to make Doughnuts How to make Cocoanut Cookies How to flavor Cake How to make Mountain Cake How to make Railroad Sponge Cake How to make Plum Cake How to make Crullers How to make Virginia Snow Cake How to make Water Pound Cake How to make No Egg Cake How to make Cup Cake How to make Gold Cake. ICE CREAM AND SUMMER DRINKS: How to make French Vanilla Ice Cream How to make Crushed Strawberry Ice Cream How to make Coffee Ice Cream How to make Lemon Ice Cream How to make Italian Orange Ice Cream How to make Biscuit Glaze How to make Orange Ice How to make Lemon Water Ice How to make Oranges Cold How to make Red Currant Fruit Ice How to make Raspberry Water Ice How to make Egg-Nog How to make Ginger Beer How to make White Spruce Beer How to make Sham Champagne How to make Berry Sherbet How to make Cherry Effervescing Drink How to make Orangeade or Lemonade How to make Ginger Lemonade How to make Iceland Moss Chocolate How to make Staffordshire Syllabub How to make Effervescing Lemonade How to make Cool Summer Drink How to make Table Beer How to make Root Beer How to make Milk Lemonade How to make Nice Lemon Beer. CONFECTIONERY: How to make Tomato Figs How to make Walnut Creams How to make Peppermint Drops How to make Pop-Corn Balls How to sugar or Crystallize Pop Corn How to make Walnut Candy How to make Almond Candy How to make Sugar Taffy How to make Butter Scotch How to make Chocolate Candy How to make Lemon Drops How to make Candied Lemon Peel How to make Cocoanut Candy How to make Candied Orange Peel How to make Vanilla Candy. LADIES FANCY WORK: Work Table Cover Imitation Coral Hanging Baskets A Pretty Tidy Embroidery Designs Persian Rugs Made at Home Work Basket Crochet Macrame Tidy A Homemade Hassock Pillow Sham Table Covers, Etc Hanging Basket Ornamental Scrap Bag or Basket Toilet Pincushion Needle Cushion Pen Wiper Wheat Ear Edging Music Portfolio and Stand Basket for Fruit A Lesson in Decoration Antique Lace How to Make a Screen Slipper Case A Handsome Lace Spread Hanging Card Receiver and Watch Case To Prepare Skeleton Leaves Toilet Bottle Case Parlor Ornament Catch-All A Rosette Ottoman Toilet or Work Basket Sofa Pillow Plush Mosaic Handkerchief Box Knitted Insertions Wall Pocket Floral Transparency Lamp Shade Quilt Lining Sachet Handkerchief Cases Ladies Fancy Bag Purse Crocheted Shawl Scissor Case and Needle Cushion Hanging Portfolio Plush Thermometer Frame Visiting Card Stand Bag for Knitting Work Pin Cushion Work Basket Knitted Dressing Slipper Stand for Cigar Ashes The Hungarian Bow Star Mats A Table Scarf Baby Basket Neat Mats Star Stitch Embroidered Chair Cover Feather Edged Braid Trimming Ladies Work Stand. FLORICULTURE: Ivy for Picture Frames Diseases of Room Plants Cheap and Pretty Hanging Baskets Window Gardening How to Kill Insects on Plants Ammonia for Plants Ornamental Wardian Case Rose Culture Rustic Hanging Basket How to Prepare Plants for Winter Selection of House Plants Soil for Plants Smilax for a Curtain Hot Water Cure for Sickly Plants Golden Leaved Horseshoe Geranium The Mud System of Slipping Plants Fuchsias Rustic Flower Stand The Verbena Preserving Autumn Leaves The Tuberose A Miniature Green House Novel Method of Enriching Plants A Beautiful Basket Plant Growing House Plants in Moss Dutch Honeysuckle in the House Some New Plants offered by German florists A Sponge Garden An Ivy Screen A Living Vase How to grow Smilax Ferns in the House How to Keep Geraniums through the Winter Wardian Cases Fresh Blown Flowers in Winter Parlor Ornament Arranging Bouquets A Cheap Plant Stand A Fern Paradise at Home House Plants To preserve Scarlet Geraniums through Winter Manure for Bulbs Trellis for plants How to Grow the Pansy Autumn Sowing of Flower Seeds How to Repot Plants Treatment of English Ivy How to make Moss Baskets Carnations from Cuttings Gypsy Fern Case Fuchsias among Roses Treatment of Callas Frozen Plants Potting and Watering Plants Covering for Tender Plants A Novel House Plant Crystallizing Grasses A Home Made Flower Stand The Acorn Moving Plants How to keep a Bouquet Fresh Watering Plants Starting Plants Steam Baths for Geraniums Plant Fertilizers Cut back the Geraniums The Amaryllis. THE HOME PHYSICIAN: Preventives of Malaria Pneumonia Antidotes for Poison Dangers of Childhood Nervousness Measles Rheumatism Toothaches Wounds Sprains and Bruises Weak and Inflamed Eyes Dust in the Eye Sore Throat Dieting for Health Scald Head Medical Qualities of Lemons Whooping Cough Neuralgia Earache Worms Warts Burns and Scalds Headache Offensive Breath To Stop Bleeding Childrens Falls Cancer Consumption Felons Dyspepsia Dysentery Diptheria Diarrhea Croup Liquor Appetite (a cure for alcoholism) Coughs and Colds Cold in the head Catarrh Scarlet Fever Ivy Poisoning Nose Bleed Baldness Small Pox Sleeplessness Ringworm Chilblains Costiveness Cholera Morbus To restore the Drowning Brights Disease Hot water as a remedy To remove unwanted hair Convulsions Mumps To ascertain the state of the lungs Hysterics The earliest sign of consumption Sciatica Biliousness Hints about Glasses Nettle Rash Coffee and Typhoid Fever Ingrown Toe Nails Abscess Blistered Hands or Feet Stammering Hemmorhage Asthma Hydrophobia Scrofula Sickness of Stomach Bronchitis Lockjaw Erysipelas Hoarseness Chills and Fever Dropsy Bunions Fits Dandruff Scurf Quinsy To Prevent Hydrophobia Heartburn Inflammatory Rheumatism `To Purify the Blood For Liver Complaint Cramps Petroleum in Pulmonary Diseases Corpulence Salt in Intermittent Fever Colic in Infants How People Get Sick Taking Cold Relief for the Feet Sunstroke Knock-Knees Indigestion Jaundice Gout Sore Nipples Prevention of Seasickness Prickly Heat Ulcers Nursing Children Anodyne for Painful Menstruation To prevent Contagion Salt Rheum Simple Disinfectant Dohertys Description To Protect the Lungs from Dust Fainting Bee Stings Cramp in the Leg Boils Pulmonary Complaints Tobacco Antidote Ice for Teething Children Odor from Perspiration Swelled Feet and Ankles Acid Stomach Diet during Diarrhea To Prevent Sunstroke To Ascertain Fractures Removing Substances from the ear Deficiency of wax in the ear Snake Bites Sore Eyes Laxatives To prevent Gray Hair Cholera Infantum Treatment for Fever Blood Blister A Vapor Bath Ventilation A Cheap and Simple Way to Disinfect a Room Deafness Tetter Stiff Neck Food for a Young Child Piles Cramp, in bathing Spasms Gum-boil or Weakness of the Gums Choking Scrofulous Sore Eyes Weak Ankles Hot Milk as a Stimulant Cold Feet Drink in Cases of Fever Frozen Limbs Foreign Bodies in the Throat Hiccough Cankers Enlarged Neck A Prompt Emetic Swelled Feet. THE TOILET: Tooth Powder Freckles To Prevent the Hair Falling Off To Soften the Hands To Whiten the Hands Pimples Cosmetics Sunburn Pomade for the Hair The Teeth Toilet Powder Rose Bandoline for the Hair Eruptions on the Face Chapped Hands To Sweeten the Breath Bay Rum Otto of Roses Essence from Flowers To Curl the Hair Black Spots on the Face Moth Patches Cold Cream Scent Powder Walnut Hair Dye Lavender Water To Increase the Growth of Hair To Thicken the Hair Crimping Hair The Nails Toilet Soap Almond Paste Hair Wash To Make Eau de Cologne Care of the Hair Pearl Water for the Complexion French Milk of Roses Violet Powder Perfume for Handkerchiefs Bouquet de la Reine Oil of Roses for the Hair Shampooing Liquid Hair Restorative Lip Salve Wash for the Hair Cure for Chapped Lips. HINTS AND HELPS: For the removal of stains and spots Coloring Recipes Several Ways to clean and polish brass or copper Protection against Moths Several Ways to Destroy Ants To make an Aeolian Harp Staining Woods Hanging Wall Paper Table Etiquette To Can Corn, Beans, Etc Furniture Polish A Very Cheap Bed Covering What an old Housekeeper Has Learned To Keep Apples The Best Kind of Beds Artificial Gold To Dye Feathers To Wash and Curl Feathers To clean Furs An Home-made Refrigerator Cleaning Carpets Hints on Cake Baking Household Conveniences Mending Rubber Boots Upholstering Cane Chairs Canning Fruits To Exterminate Bedbugs To Determine the Quality of Silk To Prevent Silverware from Tarnishing A handy and cheap barometer French Polish How to make a hammock Fruit stains How to clean marble-top furniture How to dress a fowl properly Discoloration from matches Preserving Glassware A Good Cement The Best known receipt for Corning Beef The Use of a Broom To Render Leather Waterproof A Good Paste To washing Graining To make a Cheap Telephone Mosquito Remedy To Prevent Fruit Jars Breaking To cleanse woodwork To clean silver plate To clean velvet Canning sweet corn To remove grease from carpets To polish black walnut To clean Britannia metal Care of clothes Cleaning Black Silk How to clean Wall Paper To make Fruit Extracts, etc To Renovate Carpets Extempore Shade for reading lamps To preserve hams from flies Gilding without a battery Fluid for soldering and tinning To keep cheese from mold Grease on kitchen floors To clean gloves To cure meats Cement for fastening instruments in handles Glue which will unite even Polished Steel Glycerine Leather Polish French Polish dressing for leather To clean Black Lace Jet Black Varnish How to Fit Keys into Locks To clean Kid Gloves Remedy for Flies A Cement withstanding Heat and Moisture To clean Hair Brushes and Combs Uses of Papers Stain for Floors Dish Wiping Grease Spots on Clothes Lamp Explosions To destroy insect pests To bleach a straw bonnet The care of towels To exterminate rats and mice Sharpening a Razor Frosting Glass Mucilage Care of Umbrellas To restore the color of carpets How to keep Fresh Meat To Bore Holes in Glass Ink on Books To restore a cane chair bottom A Valuable Discovery To clean Plush Bottling Fruit To remove Stains from the Hands, etc Waterproof Blacking To renovate Black Cloth To determine if Fruit cans are air tight Cleaning Lamp Chimneys Filling for cracks in floors Painting and Kalsomining Walls Marine Glue Artificial Honey Cement to mend China How to Cut Glass Polish for Boots and Shoes To Keep Furs in Summer To make Tough Beef Tender To clean Ostrich Feathers How to clean Oil Cloths Cement for Kerosene Oil Lamps A Labor-saving Invention To prevent Woodeware from cracking Sweeping To clean an Oily Vessel Smoky Chimneys Cleansing Sofa Coverings Home Made Baking Powder To exterminate Fleas To clean Corsets To preserve Cut Flowers To clean Looking Glasses To clean Gilt Jewelry Paste for Cleaning Knives A Burning Chimney To Purify a Room Bread Making To Purify Water Save Your Sugar To make Shell Frames To Restore the Pile of Velvet A Simple Insecticide To Remove Grease Mending Glass To Improve Pine Work Ink from Carpets Black Ink Fastening Fruit Jars To color Stockings Blue To clean Japanned Waiters Moths in Carpets To clean Steel Articles A Useful Table for Housewives Crystallized Chimney Ornaments To Restore Color Cleaning Wooden Floors To remove stains from broadcloth To Dye Furs How to preserve Shoe Soles To take stains from Marble To clean Marble To purify Butter To mount Chromos How to keep Cider Sweet Excellent Paste Blacking To color Floors Walnut Tint To improve Pens Vinegar Sponges To renovate the Tops of Kid Boots To preserve Bright Grates or Fire Irons from Rust Simple Disinfectant To whiten porcelain saucepans To take Grease from Paper To Set Colors To clean Ribbons Copying Ink To cleanse gilt frames Paste for removing grease from silk To Purify Vessels Glycerine Cement A Candle to burn All Night To Clean White Kid Shoes To clean White Goods To restore Kid Gloves Taking up a Carpet To prevent rust in Tinware To render Fruit Jars Air Tight To preserve Green Peas for winter use Liquid Glue To crystallize Windows To take Grease out of Velvet To freshen Black Lace To remove grease from a stove hearth Waterproof coating for cotton or linen Indelible marking ink Canaries To improve Stove Polish To remove paint from a wall To brighten jewelry To prevent rust To clean black veils To sharpen Scissors Ink stains on Furniture Kerosene fires Use of Lemon leaves Unpleasant odor from cabbage Glazed Whitewash Mold on jelly Positive cure for waterbugs To remove tar from the hands Drying Fruits Cement for glass, crockery, etc Care of Lamp Chimneys Care of Flour Mites in cheese To clean Glass Cleaning hats To improve Pickles To clean Smoky Ceilings To remove marks from Tables To soften water To remove bruises from Furniture Celebrated recipe for silver wash To blacken stoves Damp Closets New Kettles To clean white knitted garments To Improve and Preserve Butter To keep Cranberries all winter For oiling Walnut Furniture To whiten linen Garments To eradicate Vermin How to smooth Ribbons To get rid of flies To take the woody taste out of a wooden pail To prevent iron from rusting To revive withered flowers To remove putty from glass To clean fine toothed combs Baking griddle cakes without grease Preserving fruit How to preserve feathers Putting away winter clothing To keep lamp chimneys from cracking Care of velvet Cleaning matting To remove coffee or milk stains To mend cracks in a wall To keep milk To preserve neetmok steel pens To clean damask curtains Hard Soap To clean tea and coffee pots Ink on clothing Volatile soap for removing paint, etc To clean lamps To clean tinware To revive a mattress Removing iodine stains To perfume linen To clean Gold To restore the color of silk To exterminate cockroaches To clean carpets To prevent wooden bowls from cracking To perfume clothes To re-color hair To clean a chimney To remove a screw rusted in the wood To clean articles made of white zephyr Improvement in chandeliers Crust in kettles Jelly Molds To clean old lamp-burners To give a stove a fine brilliant appearance To improve beefsteak Care of a coffee pot To remove stains from Tableware To beat Eggs quickly Airing feather beds To clean diamonds Straw matting To stop mouse holes To take rust out of steel To restore the color of black kid boots Finger marks on mirrors To clean zinc To imitate ground glass For Rusty Stove Pipe Finger marks on a piano To sweeten rancid lard To improve Tin Kettles To whiten Ivory To pack Canned Goods Stoves and Fuel Various uses for Ammonia Shaking Carpets Beds and Bed Making How to disinfect Items on Housework How to be Independent Making Tea Crystallizing Fruit Roast Turkey, Goose or Duck Chimneys and Soot To Beat an Egg Cleaning Finely Polished Glass Various Ways of Cooking Onions Celery Variously Served To render a Cellar Dry Cleaning Windows A Convenient Pantry Bugs, Mildew, Stains To Clean Glass and Paint Canning Fresh Beef To Clear Water Pipes Caring for Soiled Clothes To Scald Milk Properly Whitening Ivory-handled Knives Fire Extinguisher Regarding Canned Goods Things to Remember. Remember folks, this is an 1890 original. This book is 130 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. NEETMOK BOOKS IS A REGISTERED MEMBER OF EBAYS VERO PROGRAM. When you prepare your listings you generally should use only material text, photographs, etc. And trademarks/names that you created or own yourself or licensed from the owners. Item description text; lists of contents, lists of illustrations/photos; scanned images, etc. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF ITEM DESCRIPTION TEXT INCLUDING SUMMARIES OF CONTENTS, ILLUSTRATIONS, ETC. PHOTOS OR OTHER PROPRIETARY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND WILL BE REPORTED TO EBAYS VERO DEPARTMENT FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “ANTIQUE COOKBOOK VICTORIAN COOKERY 1890 DECORATION NEEDLE FANCY WORK HOME ART” is in sale since Wednesday, January 29, 2020. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “neetmok” and is located in South Salem, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Year Printed: 1890
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: American (US)
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Region: North America
  • Origin: American
  • Author: NA
  • Subject: Cooking
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lupton
  • Place of Publication: New York
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

Antique Cookbook Victorian Cookery 1890 Decoration Needle Fancy Work Home Art

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860

ANTIQUE-VICTORIAN-ENGLISH-9K-GOLD-B-F-HEART-SHAPED-PHOTO-LOCKET-PENDANT-c1860-01-mmwb ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860. An antique English 9 carat gold back & front heart locket, with engraved decoration and opening to reveal a glass holding an old photo (easily replaced). Both the back & front of this locket are solid gold, the rest is metal for strength. Very collectible & wearable too! CONDITION : All original and generally good. Slight signs of wear & shallow denting commensurate with age and use. DIMENSIONS : 22 x 18 mm (1 inch = 25.4 mm). To give an impression of scale, the coin is 19 mm or ¾ of an inch diameter. All orders are sent professionally packed & fully insured for your peace of mind! US / Overseas Buyers. Please don’t forget VAT is payable on all items apart from gold coins! See below for further details. The item “ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “nalfie” and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Metal: Gold Plated
  • Metal Purity: 9k

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 9K GOLD B&F HEART SHAPED PHOTO LOCKET PENDANT c1860

Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home

Antique-1873-DETAIL-COTTAGE-CONSTRUCTIVE-ARCHITECTURE-Victorian-House-Plans-Home-01-cih Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home

Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home
Detail, Cottage, and Constructive. This RARE and thorough Architectural book contains 75 Lithograph plates of architectural plans and design in scale. Of the buildings illustrated most are large, beautiful Victorian homes with all the variation and detail imaginable. It also contains country cottages or villas, barns, city brownstones, and town homes or’Flats'; as well as city business buildings with store fronts. Elevation and scale notations are included, as well as floor plans. All of the fashionable details are included, with custom woodwork for porches, mantles, cornices, doors, windows and fences laid out. In the vary back are illustrated advertisement for architects, construction companies, trades and products. Size: 13.25 by10.5 inches, approximates 170 pages (unnumbered). Hinges cracked and weak, worn spine with tears, damp stain to fore edge of front pages not affecting images, illustrations clean and intact. Feel free to ask questions and be sure to see our many other unique listings. The item “Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home” is in sale since Friday, January 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “rtmmissouri” and is located in Washington, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year Printed: 1873
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: Home Building
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Region: North America
  • Subject: Achitecture
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: A.J. Bricknell & Co.
  • Place of Publication: New York
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

Antique 1873 DETAIL COTTAGE CONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE Victorian House Plans Home

QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870

QUALITY-ANTIQUE-VICTORIAN-ENGLISH-18K-GOLD-ESSEX-CRYSTAL-PUG-DOG-BROOCH-c1870-01-vmu QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870

QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870
QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870. An antique English, solid 18 carat gold (tests thereabouts, pin itself tests as 9 carat) brooch; finely made, with a reverse carved & painted Essex crystal of a pug. Lovely quality, so collectible & very wearable! CONDITION : All original and very good. Slight signs of wear commensurate with age and use. Faint fading to paint. DIMENSIONS : 32 x 21 mm overall (1 inch = 25.4 mm). To give an impression of scale, the coin is 19 mm or ¾ of an inch diameter. All orders are sent professionally packed & fully insured for your peace of mind! US / Overseas Buyers. Please don’t forget VAT is payable on all items apart from gold coins! See below for further details. The item “QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870″ is in sale since Monday, October 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Pins, Brooches”. The seller is “nalfie” and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Metal: Yellow Gold
  • Metal Purity: 18k
  • Main Stone: Crystal
  • Time Period: Victorian

QUALITY ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PUG DOG BROOCH c1870

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870

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ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870. A pair of antique English 15 carat gold (tests thereabouts) Etruscan revival earrings, with later screw fasteners and disc drops set with natural pale orange coral cabochons. Good quality, so collectible & ready to wear! Slightest signs of wear & tarnish commensurate with age and use. One or two tiny dents to backs, of no consequence. Disparity to stone colours natural & perfectly normal. Traces of old solder to rings. Lower carat/gilt metal fasteners old replacements. DIMENSIONS : Faces 19 mm diameter (1 inch = 25.4 mm). To give an impression of scale, the coin is 19 mm or ¾ of an inch diameter. All orders are sent professionally packed & fully insured for your peace of mind! US / Overseas Buyers. Please don’t forget VAT is payable on all items apart from gold coins! See below for further details. The item “ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870″ is in sale since Wednesday, April 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Earrings”. The seller is “nalfie” and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Metal: Yellow Gold
  • Metal Purity: 15k
  • Main Stone: Coral

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 15K GOLD CORAL ETRUSCAN REVIVAL EARRINGS c1870

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870

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ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870
This lovely quality genuine Victorian signet ring is made of solid 18 carat gold and is set with a shield-shaped natural bloodstone seal engraved with a cockerel or rooster. With hand engraved and chased decoration to its shoulders and the sides of its head, it has a lovely wide band befitting of its stature, and is the perfect pinky ring! The cockerel is a popular heraldic crest for a great many names, including: Alexander, Allen, Brown, Bryce, Cockburn, Cox, Emmerson, Forbes, Grant, Hancock, Holden, Ingram, Irvine, Johnson, King, Laing, Langley, Lee, Morris, Price, Shepherd, Simons, Sinclair, Slater, Thorpe, Weston and Williams. It dates from around 1870 and is in very good, fully wearable condition throughout, with light wear here & there but no loss or damage. It weighs 4.0 grams, measures 12 x 11 mm across the head and its ring size is 8.5 US / R UK – easily resized if needed. What’s more, I offer layaway deals so there’s no need to let any of my listings slip through your fingers – just ask! The item “ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Rings”. The seller is “victoriousantiquejewellery” and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Lot: No
  • Era: Victorian
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Style: Signet
  • Metal Purity: 18k
  • Main Stone: Bloodstone
  • Brand: Antique
  • Metal: Yellow Gold
  • Ring Size: 8.5

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH 18K GOLD SIGNET RING COCKEREL ROOSTER CREST c1870

Antique Victorian English Hallmarked Sapphire And Diamond Wedding Band Ring

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Antique Victorian English Hallmarked Sapphire And Diamond Wedding Band Ring
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH HALLMARKED SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND WEDDING BAND RING. The elaborately carved setting with three oval-cut sapphires estimated to total approximately 1.20cts, of beautiful color and good clarity, separated by four old European-cut diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 0.12cts, averaging H color and SI clarity. The fine tapering band stamped (partially obscured) with makers mark as well as four English hallmarks. Ring Size is 7.25 and it is re-sizable. Please see our other listings of Tiffany, VCA, Bulgari, & Asprey Jewelry. BUNDA Jewelry Appraisers & Auctioneers. The item “ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH HALLMARKED SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND WEDDING BAND RING” is in sale since Wednesday, March 11, 2015. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Rings”. The seller is “bundajewelryauctioneers” and is located in Harrison, New York. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
Antique Victorian English Hallmarked Sapphire And Diamond Wedding Band Ring

Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry

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Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry

Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry
Gems and Jewels, their History, Geography, Chemistry, and ANA. From the Earliest Ages Down to the Present Time. ” by Madame de Barrera, author of “Memoirs of Rachel. Very hard to find book with an extremely exhaustive history and description of gemstones and jewels, and jewelry in general (entirety of contents listed below). The book has 382 pages. I would say it’s in pretty good condition for its age (pages clean and attached throughout). The very first page has someone’s signature and the year 1863 written. There is some wear to the exterior cover/spine. There is a sticker in the front that reads: S & T Gilbert Booksellers, 4, Copthall Buildings, back of the bank. There is another little sticker in the back of the book that reads: Bound by Westleys & Co. The book measures 8″ x 5.25″. Be sure to visit my store for more. GENERAL HISTORY OF GEMS. I, Introduction: Instinctive fondness of man for diamonds and precious stones, high honor in which they have been held in all ages and lands, frequent mention of them in Sacred Writ, figurative use made of them by poets, legends of the Talmud, the study of gems connected with the knowledge of many sciences, portable nature of this species of wealth, history of celebrated gems a source of deep interest. Precious stones among the Ancients: India the birthplace of the choicest productions of nature, ancient authorities corroborative of its wealth, ancient Indian poem, Quintus Curtius, precious stones among the ancient Egyptians, Babylonians, Jews, Medes, Persians, and Greeks, Jewels establishing a link between two worlds, gems with the Hebrews, and with the ancient nations of South America. III, Precious stones among the Romans: luxury imported from the east, heights to which extravagance was carried among the Egyptians and Romans, Cleopatra’s banquet, collections of precious stones, jewels of Mithridates, genealogies of jewels, Pliny, jewels of a Roman belle, Julius Caesar, Augustus, Nero, Heliogabalus, sumptuary edicts. CH IV, Gems among the Gauls, Goths, and Franks: during the Dark Ages, treasures found in Tools and Narbonne, the Toledan cross, Trousseau of a Frankish princess, St. Eloi, the patron of the jewelers, jewels of Charles the great, heaven-guarded jewels. V, The Twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, and Fifteenth Centuries, 1100 – 1500: renaissance of the jeweler’s art, Abbot Suger and Louis VI, religious jewels in the ancient treasure house of St. Denis, Louis VII, grace cup of Thomas à Becket, jewels of a royal bride in the twelfth century, extravagance of jewels during the middle ages, jewels lost at the battle of Poitiers, stone-broidered robes of Philip the Bold, Isabella of Valois, and Richard II, jewels of Louis, duke of Orleans, magnificence in the house of Burgundy, important part played by jewels in the history of the Dukes of Burgundy, diamonds. VII, the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Sumptuary edicts of Charles IX, and of Henry III, dress of Henry IV, dress of Mary de Medici, a costly kerchief, extravagance of the court during minority of Louis XIV, the fatal bouquet, curious letter of James I. Jewels worn in hats, an expensive suit of clothes. VIII, the Eighteenth Century, 1775 to 1785: the diamond necklace, an unlucky witticism, blood-royal in the hospital, a confidential friend of the queen, royalty in pecuniary difficulties, a friend in need, the invisible purchaser, a prince’s I. IX, the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: the revolution , the directoire, the consulate and empire, the restoration. The Geography of Precious Stones. I, Ancient Fictions and Modern Discoveries: the mythological origin of many gems, the diamond, the amethyst, the pearl, the emerald, lapis-lazuli, amber, ignorance, or at least silence, of the ancients with regard to minds of precious stones, jealousy of ancient traders in gems, the Griffin-guarded emeralds of old, Egyptian mines of the Ptolemies brought to light in Nineteenth Century, Demon-guarded mines of the present day, emerald mies in the Tyrolese Alps. II, Geography of diamonds in the old world: diamonds, where found, travelers of Tavernier, diamond mines of India; mode of working them, juvenile merchants, singular hiding place for stolen goods, silent mode of barter, the Koh-i-noor as seen by Tavernier, diamond mines of the Island of Borneo, of Siberia, of Algiers. III, Geography of precious stones in the old and new worlds: Ruby and sapphire mines of Pegu and Ava, monopoly of rubies by the Indian princes, the Island of Ceylon and its gems, difficulty of ascertaining where the ancients procured their gems, ancient authorities: Ctesias, Theophrasus, Herodotus, trade carried on by the Phoenicians and Carthaginians in the precious and fine stones, influence of the conquests of Mexico and Peru on the commerce of gems, immense quantities of emeralds brought from the new world by the companions of Cortez and Pizarro, phenomenal emerald, the five emeralds of Cortez, trying test, demon-guarded emerald mines of Peru, revival of the emerald trade of late years. IV, Geography of diamonds in the New World: Discovery of the diamond mines of Brazil, diamond districts of Serro de Frio, diamond mines of the Province of Matto Gross, Process of extraction, former prejudice against Brazilian diamonds, fallacy of judgment of great jewelers in the past century, Brobdignagian jewel, all that glitters is not a diamond. The Chemistry of Diamonds and Precious Stones. I, Science Among the Ancients and Moderns: Opinions of ancient authors as to the origin of gems, Aristoteles, Theophrastus, Avicenna, Falopius, Cardan, De Clave, Boetius de Boot, the diamond, its hardness, lustre, refraction, phosphoric and electric properties, crystallization, mode of testing, specific gravity, rough diamonds, mode of cutting, the brilliant, the rose, the table, the lasque, different colors, meaning of weight, the carat, use made of poor diamonds in the arts, commercial value of diamonds, preference given to them over colored hyalines, superior beauty of diamonds when seen by artificial light, capital invested in diamonds not subject to depreciation, chemical nature of the diamond, its combustibility, interesting experiments, attempts to make diamonds. II, Chemistry of Precious Stones: Crystal, former belief regarding its composition, classification of gems, how to distinguish white hyalines from diamonds, composition of corindons, the ruby, the sapphire, the amethyst, the topaz, the beryl, the emerald, the chrysolite, the peridot, the cymophane, the garnet, the hyacinth, the opal. III, Chemistry of Gems: Hyaline quartz, or rock-crystal; its composition, the Turkois, agates, the onyx, sardonyx, chalcedonyx, etc, jasper, feldspath, lapis-lazuli, malachite, amber. IV, Pearls: diversity of opinion as to the origin of the pearl, most probably cause of its formation, oysters inoculated with the pearl disease, chemical composition of the pearl, antiquity of the pearl trade, ancient pearl fisheries, pearl-fisheries of the present day, Pearl divers. V, Pearls: Pearl-fisheries of South America, their value when first established, quality of pearls brought to Europe, British pearl fisheries, Bohemian pearls, large pearls, price of pearls at the present day, different colored pearls, taste of the Orientals, Goa, the great Indian mart for jewels, how to preserve pearls, corruptible nature of the pearl, predilection of the Orientals for pearls, pearls constitute a portion of regalia, passion of the Romans for pearls, when introduced in Rome, pearl portraits, cost of a pearl necklace, Cleopatra outdone, Caesar a connoisseur, an enthusiastic eulogy of the pearl, when most worn in France. The Qualities, Properties, and Virtues, of Precious Stones. I, Marvelous properties attributed to gems: Qualities, properties and virtues, natural and supernatural, physical and moral, attributed in former times to diamonds and precious stones, innate fondness of man for the marvelous, the Diablerie of past days in better taste than that of the present, spirits in tables, and angels in gems, the magic of the diamond, opinions of a Savant two centuries ago, the diamond a peace maker and a tale bearer, an antidote and a poison, the diamond as an emblem among the ancients and the moderns, the gem in the Ephod, Marvelous property of the diamond. II, Of the virtues and properties, spiritual and physical, of precious stones: Precious stones used medicinally, the five precious fragments, all gems averse to poisons, gemmed cup given by Louis XI to his brother, talisman of the Count of St. Ring sent to Queen Elizabeth, innate properties of gems strengthened by magic, ring of Louis, Duke of Orleans, properties of the ruby, death-presaging ring of a German philosopher, male and female carbuncles, properties of the sapphire, consecrated to Phoebus, tables of the law, Sapphires, male and female sapphires, properties of the emerald, the eye-glass of a Roman dandy, properties of the topaz, of the amethyst, of the opal, of the turkois, of the beryl, of the agate, of the jasper, of the heliotrope, great reputation of coral, consecrated to Jupiter and Apollo, amber, pearls. III, Glyptics: Intaglios, cameos, antiquity of the glyptic art, graven gems in the Ephod and Pectoral, graven talismans, advice of a savant, stones preferred by ancient artists, celebrated antiques, shell cameos. I, Eminent personages and their jewelry: Important part played by jewels in the lives of the great, Solomon’s magic ring, talismanic ring of Gages, token ring of Rama, ring of Polycrates, anecdote of Caesar’s ring, rings sacrificed in token of grief, jewels presaging important events, Nero’s armlet, Galba’s necklace, Galba’s crown, rings of Tiberius, crowns of Henry III, Louis XVI, and James II, jewels celebrated for size and beauty, three diamonds of Charles the Bold, his jeweled hat, his three rubies, ruby in the crown of England, ruby of Rudolphe II, of Elizabeth, ruby and topaz of Runjeet Singh, ruins mentioned by De Berquen, ruby presented by the czar to the King of England, emeralds of Fernando Cortez, the Sacro Catino, emerald in the temple of Boudha, La Peregrina. II, The finest diamonds known: The paragon diamonds, diamond of the Rajah of Mattan, the Orloff, or Grand Russian, the Grand Tuscan, the regent or Pitt, the star of the south, the Koh-i-noor, the Shah of Persia, history of three diamonds of Charles the Bold, including the Sancy, the Nassuck, the Pigott, the blue diamond, the crown jewels of Spain and Brazil. III, Different jewels worn in ancient and modern times: Nose, chin, cheek, lip, and ear jewels, pistols and poniards, jewels of a daughter of the House of Alba, daggers of Eastern Princesses, Military collars and chains of the Romans, Gauls, Mediaeval Knights, and of Modera orders, necklace of Penelope; of Eriphyle; of Agnes Sorel; of the Queen of Scots, of the Duchess of Berry; of the present Queen of Prussia, of the Empress Eugenie; the girdle an insignia of Knighthood, charmed girdle of Pedro of Castile, diamond girdle of Isabel II, crowns, floral coronals, gold crowns, crowns military rewards, different kinds of crowns, snuff boxes, shoe buckles. IV, Ear-rings: their antiquity, Juno’s ear-rings, Penelope’s ear-rings, Ear-rings of Egyptian ladies, Eve’s ears bored, fatal ear-rings of the Israelites, Arab saying, weight of Jewish ear-rings, ear-rings among the Greeks and Romans, extravagance of Roman belles, different kinds of ear-rings, ear doctresses, title of the Emperor of Astracan, the ear-ring an insignia of knighthood, ear-jewels of the Chola girls. V, Bracelets-armlets: The armlet a token of sovereignty in the East, worn by men, antiquity of the bracelet, Egyptian bracelets, not an ancient fashion with the Greeks, mentioned in Holy Writ, the bracelet among the Moderns in the Wast, the armillae of Romans, armlets of the Sabines, the bracelet not worn by girls, different kinds of bracelets worn in Rome, armlets of the Gauls and Saxons, used to render contracts binding, celebrated armlets. VI, Rings: Earliest mention of rings, mistaken idea of the ancients, the ring a symbol of omnipotence, rings among the Hindoos, in Holy Writ, Seal-ring among the Hebrews, no mention of rings in Homer, Seals, but no seal-rings, among the ancient Americans, how worn among different nations, rings among the Romans, the Iron ring, fable of Prometheus, the gold ring, by whom, worn, dissensions it occasioned, edicts with regard to it, absurd length to which the fashion was carried, rings on every joint, winter and summer rings, the Pugilists’ ring, rings of lawyers and orators, hired as aids to eloquence, the Dactyliomancia, charmed, consecrated, and hallowed rings. VII, Rings: The Sigillarius or seal-rings, rings of Alexander, Sylla , Caesar, Pompey, Augustus, and Maecenas, seal ring the prerogative of the wife or eldest daughter, the Episcopal ring, the Annulus Piscatoris, or fisherman’s ring, the Annulus Sponsalium, or Nuptial ring, the Doge’s ring, Armenian betrothals, a kiss, a ring, and a pair of shoes, the prodigal philosopher, the mourning ring, the gimmal ring, rings given at weddings, rings in the Middle Ages, vie et bagues sauves, one blue au doigt, an Arab saying, the thumb ring, poison in rings, rings of Demosthenes and Hannibal, Roman lovers, rings as souvenirs, signals, passports, safeguards, devices in rings, a Persian custom, fashion for rings under Henry III, Louis XVI, the Directoire, Love’s telegraph, Letter of Pope Innocent to King John. VIII, Pawned Jewels: Jewels a ready resource, Many an unsuspected parure acquainted with my uncle, diamonds of Mademoiselle , ten years at the Mont de Piete, Jewels a safe investment during the Middle Ages, Ancient Romans au fait in the mysteries of Pawning, Vitellius pledges his Mother’s Pearl, the sand filled coffers of the Cid. Henry III pledges the Virgin, and Edward III his best friend, the Black Prince, Henry V, Henry VI, and Richard II, jewels of the Great continually traveling back and forth, jewels of the Duke of Burgundy pawned, Poverty of the King of France, and rapacity of his Nobles, jewels of the Dukes of Orleans pledged, of Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, James VI, Henrietta Maria, and Mary Beatrice of Modena, Napoleon I and the Regent, Annual report of the Mont de Piete. IX, Great jewel robberies: robbery of Garde-Meubles, of the diamonds of the Princess of Santa Croce, of Malle. Of the Princess of Orange. Be sure to visit my store for more hard to find books! Add me to your favorite sellers to see new listings! The item “Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry” is in sale since Friday, June 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “oh_you_pretty_things” and is located in Pasadena, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia.
  • Year Printed: 1860
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Topic: Gemstones
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Author: Madame de Barrera
  • Subject: Gems
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Richard Bentley
  • Place of Publication: London
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

Antique Gems & Jewels Book Madame De Barrera 1860 Victorian Jewelry