From Velvet Sofas To Lace Cuffs, This Site Is The Amazon.com Of Victoriana

Sponsored by Victorian Trading Co.

Fans of chintz and afternoon tea and refined parlors with velvet sofas, rejoice—this website has everything you need to make your Gilded Age dreams come to life.

Edwardian lace cuffs? Check. Fancy kitchen appliances? They’ve got that, too. Don’t tell Santa, but your holiday wish list just got a whole lot longer. Victorian Trading Co. is on online emporium of nouveau Victorian products and antique reproductions. You’ll find period clothing, furnishings, tableware, holiday decorations, books, art, stationery, and so much more.

Herewith, the 9 essential products for you and every room in your home.

1. Elizabeth Park Chintz Tea For One

Tea for one is just as fun when you’re sipping from this chintz-patterned porcelain service.

2. Christine’s Dressing Gown

Bridal in its lavishness, this dressing gown’s dramatic train and tiers of lace are worthy of the Gothic heroine you were born to be.

3. Grandmother’s Envy Nostalgic Toaster

The simple act of toasting bread is infused with joy when it’s done in this whimsical toaster adorned with a floral motif.

4. Scarlet Velvet Sectional

Because it’s not a real parlor if there’s not a velvet couch to faint on.

5. Gramophone Bluetooth Speaker

When a gentleman comes to call, play an amorous melody on this bluetooth speaker cleverly disguised as a turn-of-the-century Victrola.

6. Battenberg Lace Parasol

In Victorian times, a pale complexion was a sign of affluence, signaling that one need not toil outdoors to earn a living. Preserve your complexion by toting this white lace parasol during strolls about town.

7. Elizabethan Lace Cuffs

Add instant verve to any outfit with these easy-to-wear lace cuffs. Simply slip them onto your wrists via elastic bands.

8. Portwine Roses Wool Cloche

Showstopping in its splendor, this sumptuous chapeau is the perfect accessory for a wedding or an afternoon of Yuletide caroling.

9. Old Farmstead Swag

Deck the halls with boughs of holly—and, in this case, the cinnamon sticks and pinecones and cedar sprigs in a festive holiday swag.

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