This one I call my lucky coin! Originated from England 🏴 Its a 1915 pence with King George V. face. It is a 3 pence coin which means 3 pennies. Someone long ago thought of the idea to make it into a silver ring which I think is genius and memorable.
Available bow at the shop is this incredible #Victorian hair keepsake album, handmade by a young girl from Portsmouth, NH some time during the last quarter of the #19thcentury . Hair albums are incredibly scarce, and this is the first time I have decided to offer one for sale rather than keep it for myself! Don’t miss it. 😘
This sterling silver ring originated in Thailand 🇹🇭 I put it on my thumb because it was so big haha. The owner of the shop in Georgia chose it for me! He said it fits my “gypsy travel bug look.” So I got it and tbh it really does.
So I wanted to talk a bit about my treasures! Rumor has it the ring is from India 🇮🇳 Still haven’t found the design online but I can tell you what the stones are. So the big blue stone you see here is called Lapis Lazuli! It embodies inner truth, self awareness, and opens third eye chakra. The other two gems are moonstones. It brings peace, unconditional love, and feminine divine. I truly feel like the jewels pick me instead of the other way around. The meanings are exactly what I need in my life and the fact that it’s so pretty is a plus! -bought in Georgia Antique Shop
Do you guys have any special jewels? I’d luv to read your story😊
💖Gorgeous Italian Renaissance Revival Well- Carved Sideboard, early 1900's!!💖 ❌Quote of the Day❌ 😎“If you stay in a traumatized mind, you can’t enjoy the blessings of the present.”😎 Jason Wilson
How do you rule your emotions?🙄
An impressive late 19th-century still life depicting an arrangement of various flora in a dark, high contrast, style made popular by the Dutch old masters.
The painting is signed ‘Josling’ in the bottom left and, although little is known about the artist, we’ve discovered two other paintings with the same signature. Both are still lifes with one selling in Surrey (dating to around 1887) and the other in New York.
It’s also interesting to note that the canvas stretcher bars appear to be roughly hand sawn, so perhaps the artist prepared these themselves rather than using a traditional supplier.
A beautiful old painting that would make a fine centrepiece.
1900’s “Zelm & Boehm” masonry stove in an apartment in Riga, Latvia.🇱🇻 In the tsarist Russia, the company “Zelm & Boehm” (founded in 1859) became the leader of the production of ceramic tiles.
There is the same stove in Jaunmoku Palace.🥂
Scroll for my loot shoot of my getaway finds! A little bit of everything! Tins. Christmas. Halloween. Valentines. Toys. Now to sort it out on what I’m keeping and what to sell🤔more to keep than sell😂🤣 #lootshoot#vintagefinds#outjunking#antiqueshopping