15 Things That Passed The Test Of Time

“I snagged this Edwardian dress yesterday.”

“A new romantic acquisition with a pair of exceptionally flowery nineteenth-century examples”

“My great-grandmother wore this silk flower crown for her wedding in 1912. I’ll be wearing it at my own wedding.”

“My great-great grandfather’s camera from the 1880s”


“The first gift my great-grandfather purchased for my great-grandmother nearly 100 years ago”

“My grandpa just gifted me this nineteenth-century mandolin.”

“A late Georgian 18-karat gold emerald and diamond ring”

“I restored a 1920s Art Deco lamp and made a mica shade with silent film actress Dolores Costello’s eyes.”


“An antique toupée and toupée plaster I found locked in the drawer of a Victorian drop-well dresser”

“An East Aurora High School basketball team photo from 1894 that I picked up for $12 at an antique shop”

“My great-grandmother’s purse from the 1920s”

“An elevator emergency stop switch that was installed around 1890 — I had to save it from the trash bin.”

“Got my hands on this lovely sterling silver mirror. It’s English from 1906.”

“My 1902 Cornish Co piano”

“Definitely one of the best pieces we’ve had come into work yet. An 1894 Elgin pocket watch that still works!”

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