Chatelaine

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This tintype captures a woman wearing the Tiffany chatelaine shown at right, circa 1885. The piece includes a combination perfume bottle and vinaigrette, left, and notebook with pencil. Vintage Photos, Bijoux, Vintage, Fotografie, Fotos, Fotografia, The Past, Women, Costura
The Killer Mobile Device for Victorian Women
This tintype captures a woman wearing the Tiffany chatelaine shown at right, circa 1885. The piece includes a combination perfume bottle and vinaigrette, left, and notebook with pencil.
Like a customised Swiss Army knife, the chatelaine, a device popularised in the 18th century that attached to the waist of a woman’s dress, bearing tiny useful accessories, from notebooks to knives.
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Like a customised Swiss Army knife, the chatelaine, a device popularised in the 18th century that attached to the waist of a woman’s dress, bearing tiny useful accessories, from notebooks to knives.
Left, this “Faith, Hope, and Charity” chatelaine may have been a mourning piece, as it contained a romantic quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Right, two sporting-themed chatelaines featuring dog’s head medallions. Perfume, Steampunk, Jewellery, Couture, Purses, Retro, Accessories
The Killer Mobile Device for Victorian Women
Left, this “Faith, Hope, and Charity” chatelaine may have been a mourning piece, as it contained a romantic quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Right, two sporting-themed chatelaines featuring dog’s head medallions.
Early 19th Century Gold Sewing Chatelaine in Original Case Metallica, Antiques, Antique Jewelry, Antique Dolls, Victorian, Handarbeit, Celtic, Vintage Jewelry
Outstanding Early 19th Century Gold Sewing Chatelaine in Original Case
Early 19th Century Gold Sewing Chatelaine in Original Case
Chatelaine Date: 1700–1940 Culture: American Medium: silver Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Agnes Clarke, 1940 Accession Number: C.I.40.144
Chatelaine | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Chatelaine Date: 1700–1940 Culture: American Medium: silver Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Agnes Clarke, 1940 Accession Number: C.I.40.144
an assortment of miniature objects are arranged on a white surface with scissors and other items
The Killer Mobile Device for Victorian Women
a person in white shirt and black gloves holding many necklaces on their chestes
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