Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Chatter - Anything and everything' started by lkranieri, May 15, 2017.
From a costumer-friend's Facebook post. Isn't it fabulous?
that is wonderful!!
That is the second best one I have ever seen. The best one was in a dealer's collection in Boston that I saw thirty years ago - it was from 1876 and done in a quasi-18th century, but fashionable 1876 style, made from fabric in red white and blue pinstripe silk, with Liberty bell brocaded ribbons. Even though I am Canadian I was REALLY interested, but the dealer had promised it to a collector in Michigan. Unfortunately, it got destroyed in a flood a few years later...
Oh, God...that stabs me in the heart. I have had a couple of vintage-fashion accidents that I will never get over and I kept the items to remind me to be more careful with my collection.
That is quite spectacular! That is also a sad story, Jonathan, pity you did not get to purchase the other it may well have been getting exhibited had it been in your care.
I don't remember ever reading about the John Bright Collection, from which the photos came, but if you click on the link, there are many other lovely collection items online.
Love it! Thanks for sharing, Lynne!
That is amazing. Love it.
Stunning but I am stuck on what in the World did the hat look like.
It just had to have a feather in it.
Quite fun and amazing.
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