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Many people know me as a vintage collector of rocking horses, but every year, before the winter celebrations, I try to make inspirational publications not only about the horses (although they always match the Christmas atmosphere), but dedicate an article to the symbol of the year. So, meet the ...
This publication presents a selection of photographs of pieces of jewelry in the Art Nouveau style of the late 19th and the early 20th centuries, with enamels and pearls. The more you see beauty, the more your taste and perception of harmony are honed. That's why we go to museums, theatres, ...
Recently, while surfing the Internet, I met these stunning thimbles. My grandmother has only two of them: a simple one and a "parade" one, with filigree and enamel, of silver. So I have never come up with the idea that a thimble can be a miniature work of art. In this post you will notice ...
At the end of the 19th and in the beginning of the 20th century the Art Nouveau style gave the world many talented jewellers. For example, in France it was Rene Lalique and Georges Fouquet, in Spain — Luis Masriera, in Belgium — Philippe Wolfers. Philippe Wolfers was a famous Belgian designer of ...
In the 1920-40s England was rich with wonderful personalities and colorful artists, but even then there were stars that shone brighter than others. One of these stars of London in the interwar era was the Polish Jew Moshe Oved. He was known and loved by all the local Bohemia, particularly because ...
This year I was lucky enough to visit one of the largest exhibitions of antiques and vintage jewellery in the United States. The exhibition took place in Baltimore, more than 300 collectors from all over the United States, Europe and Asia were there! The spectacle is just great! I invite you on a ...
When I was a little girl, I collected boxes. Candy or shoes boxes and so on. They were a real celebration: I made doll's houses from all these boxes. Sewed blankets and pillows, and little residents. too. I could spend hours in my little-boxed world. And here I am, now, being already not a ...
I offer you to get acquainted with a step-by-step guide to painting a still life in the layered technique using oil paints. The process can bring much fun and has a kind of beauty in it, gives an understanding of the 17th-century European oil painting. First, determine the composition. Make an ...
This post has been created for your inspiration and aesthetic pleasure. The technique called pate-sur-pate (FR. pâte sur pâte is 'mass on mass', 'layer by layer') is fully consistent with the title. Layer by layer, line by line, special slip mass is applied to a blank. The height ...
I offer you to look into an apartment in Copenhagen, the interior of which has not changed since 1898.Till 1960-es, the apartment belonged to two spinsters — sisters who didn't change a thing. And they never got married fearing to lose this apartment because according to their father's ...
'This is possibly the most adorable creature I've ever been in contact with, and if she turns out to be as good looking as a mailbox... I would be crazy enough to turn my life upside down and marry her.' From You've Got Mail, 1998 Paper letters in envelopes have almost gone, and ...
The story is about how I was asked to help people to get rid of a strange table and here it is — a brand new piece of furniture called a samovar table of the beginning of the 20th century. The legs were decorated with geometric Greek carving.  The main task was to remove old paint. Drill nozzles ...

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