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17th Century Baroque Court Dress - From the Museum of Applied Arts

This is the renaissance dress I want! Skirt and bodice from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy, mid c. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

Antique Silver Gilt Casting or Scent Bottle in the Shape of a Pilgrim Flask German 17th Century

Antique Bohemian Glass and Silver Perfume Bottle 19th Century

Antique Silver Gilt Casting or Scent Bottle in the Shape of a Pilgrim Flask German Century

Mid-17th century Dutch tile with tulips and Chinese Wan-Li corner motifs. Holland was first exposed to blue Chinese porcelain around 1602 due to trade with China. The Dutch/Chinese artistic fusion is wonderfully compatible.

century Dutch tile with tulips and Chinese Wan-Li corner motifs. Holland was first exposed to blue Chinese porcelain around 1602 due to trade with China. The Dutch/Chinese artistic fusion is wonderfully compatible.

Period Furniture Leg Styles...wow the kids destroyed an antique that may have come from the 17th century. Probably a copy though...which makes it less of a loss, monkey's.

cheat sheet: Love the History behind the Detail of each style/if I ever eventually make a chair I'd love to know where each style of leg came from, what time period etc. It would make the chair all the more meaningful.

A rare Renaissance period gold, enamel, ruby and diamond "gimmel" ring with memento mori, possibly 17th century. Designed as two connected bands decorated with relief and enamels throughout, the bezels set with two rubies and two diamonds. The bands pull apart to reveal the miniature figures of a baby and a skeleton to their interiors.

A rare Renaissance period gold, enamel, ruby and diamond "gimmel" ring with memento mori, possibly century. Designed as two connected bands decorated with relief and enamels throughout, the bezels set with two rubies and two diamonds. The bands pull

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other - Detail of antique Italian silk embroidery, 16th or 17th century.

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

bnreimels: “ yorkeantiquetextiles: “ detail of antique Italian silk embroidery exhibited at Italy Pavilion in the World Expo Park in Shanghai, east China, on May century to

Le corsage de l'Infante.   This wonderful piece belongs to the collection of specialist Ollivier Henry. Dating back to the early 17th century, Spanish bodice, embroidery of exceptional refinement.

Blue beadwork, Le corsage de l’Infante Collection of Ollivier Henry Early century Spanish bodice

Prim perfect!  Would be nice with  'assorted' old chairs.....

This would be an excellent rustic worktable for the studio.I like to select an eclectic mix of old and new items for a 'collected' feel.Yes, that's exactly the sort of worktable I'm looking for.

Gaming purse, French, late 17th C. Made of silk, leather, metal.  like "Put" or "La Bête." Made of velvet or brocade, the bags are often heavily embroidered with silver and gold metallic threads. This example has a band of embroidered fleur-de-lis motifs, an indication of a French origin. Like others of the type, it has a round flat bottom and closes by means of a drawstring at the top edge.

Gaming purse late century - French- silk, leather, metal, wood- 3 x 5 in. x 14 cm) Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

This example of a Dutch kitchen housed in a cabinet is believed to date from the late17th century.

Dutch cabinet kitchen (Kitchen)

Dutch cabinet kitchen (Kitchen), (made). Fully furnished cabinet kitchen made in Holland between 1670 and Museum Number

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