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Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 15 - Victorian and Second Empire 1840-1870 :: 237_G

Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 15 - Victorian and Second Empire 1840-1870 :: 237_G

A Very Fine French Empire 19th Century Napoleon III Gildwood Carved Figural Console Table with Matching Mirror

A Very Fine French Empire 19th Century Napoleon III Gildwood Carved Figural Console Table with Matching Mirror

Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 15 - Victorian and Second Empire 1840-1870 :: 240_G

Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 15 - Victorian and Second Empire 1840-1870 :: 240_G

Forepaugh’s Restaurant, St. Paul, Minnesota  Originally the mansion of Joseph Forepaugh, this late-19th century house is now a restaurant.  The original owner and his lover apparently killed themselves here, and the woman’s ghost apparently bangs on walls, causes glasses to explode, and can sometimes be seen, as well as Joseph.  from: The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

Forepaugh’s Restaurant, St. Paul, Minnesota Originally the mansion of Joseph Forepaugh, this late-19th century house is now a restaurant. The original owner and his lover apparently killed themselves here, and the woman’s ghost apparently bangs on walls, causes glasses to explode, and can sometimes be seen, as well as Joseph. from: The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

Free Antique Clip Art - Victorian Houses - The Graphics Fairy

Free Antique Clip Art - Victorian Houses

French evening dress with swing motif, c.1850-55 (via).    “This evening dress of about 1850, with its bodice deeply pointed at the waist, pleated sleeves trimmed with fringe and figured ribbons, and full, bell-shaped skirt, exemplifies the opulence of Second Empire France (1852-70). The fabric itself, a Jacquard-woven silk produced in Lyons, reveals the derivative nature of mid-nineteenth-century textile design, which often used elements

French evening dress with swing motif, c.1850-55 (via). “This evening dress of about 1850, with its bodice deeply pointed at the waist, pleated sleeves trimmed with fringe and figured ribbons, and full, bell-shaped skirt, exemplifies the opulence of Second Empire France (1852-70). The fabric itself, a Jacquard-woven silk produced in Lyons, reveals the derivative nature of mid-nineteenth-century textile design, which often used elements

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