Charles Frederick Worth was born in England and spent his young adulthood working for textile merchants in London while researching art history at museums. In 1845 he moved to Paris and worked as a salesman and a dressmaker before partnering with Otto Bobergh to open the dressmaking shop, Worth and Bobergh, in 1858
Christine Kilger's Nightshades are one-of-a-kind victorian lampshades with hand-beaded shades on period lighting fixtures and are designed and created with rare antique fabrics, appliqués and embellishments circa 1860-1930.
This is my last week to work on painting projects before our show "The Vintage Marketplace". This is an old french shutter I got at Matildas Mouse barn sale re-done for my "Chateau de Fleurs" booth! I'm starting to get really excited to see everyone who is coming out, it's such a fun time! XO Christie
BEAUTIFUL GENUINE ANTIQUE VICTORIAN SEWING NEEDLE CASE BOX c1870
The Acorn end unscrew the other end does not. A nice English Vegetable Ivory needle case. as to be expected age related wear and marks in places. This piece is in all original pre-owned pre-loved condition.