Alive and Well

Most of the time, when someone is selling or sharing photos of an antique photo brooch, it's described as mourning jewelry.  This find is proof that not all of these pieces were mourning objects.  The sitter for the photograph encased in this Victorian pin was Lora (nee Peirce) Cooper.  Writing on the inside of the... Continue Reading →

Love and Sympathy

Throughout history, flowers have been used at funerals and memorial services as visual expressions of love, sympathy, and respect.  This cabinet card is so beautiful that the lack of identifying writing didn't stop me from adding it to my collection.  I also didn't let it stop me from attempting to figure out who these flowers... Continue Reading →

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