Edward Gorey Dancing Cats 300-piece Puzzle
These felines—knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through Edward Gorey's 'Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses'—are classic examples of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.
Edward Gorey Gift Wrap
Gorey's illustrations of children at play decorate this whimsical wrapping paper; the reverse side includes printed grid lines for easy cutting.
Edward Gorey Raining Cats and Dogs Umbrella
Gorey's whimsical drawings of cats and dogs have been painstakingly digitally rebuilt on this sturdy auto-open umbrella.
Edward Gorey Sparkler Birthday Cards
Message on front of card: I hope that you are pleased to see this card that comes to you from me. Inside greeting: Happy Birthday!
Edward Gorey Sterling Cat Reading a Book Pin
This sterling silver pin is adapted from a drawing by Edward Gorey that is part of a series of renderings of fanciful cats engaged in unusual activities.
Edward Gorey Tinsel Dance Holiday Cards
"Ettie Lou Stooper does a tinsel dance at a tree-trimming party in Gumsville, Nebraska, Christmas Eve, 1923"
Ex Libris Journal
This lightly lined clothbound journal features sixty full-color vintage bookplates, including those of luminaries such as Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Greta Garbo, Bing Crosby, Harry Houdini, Jacqueline Onassis, Edith Wharton, Robert Frost, and John Fowles.
FAF Desk Pad
Manufactured in Paris in a workshop built by Eiffel, a desk pad with everything one would expect of an item with such an estimable pedigree: a unique vintage look, solid construction, and high functionality.
Gertrude Stein as a Child Holiday Cards
Like all of the wildly imaginative art of Edward Gorey, this drawing, entitled “Gertrude Stein as a child decorates a dog for Christmas,” seems more truthful than reality.
A fun and philosophical addition to any desk;.Hamlet’s existential question posed in a lighthearted way on six No. 2 pencils.
Handsome Index Notes and Envelopes
The index card—elevated—is a handsome yet casual twist on the classic correspondence card.
Hungry Caterpillar Socks
Four pairs of baby/toddler socks based on Eric Carle’s classic book. The four pairs mix and match, so if one sock is lost, its “partner” works with the others.
James Joyce Memory Game
Each of the 24 pairs of cards in this classic memory game features James Joyce quotations from Ulysses, Finnegans Wake, Dubliners and other Joyce masterworks.
Jane Austen Adventures Sterling Silver Cuff
If adventures will not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad
Jane Austen Characters Mug
Heirloom quality bone china mugs decorated with wonderfully detailed humorous illustrations depicting more than 40 of the central characters from six of Austen’s major works.
Jane Austen Replica Ring
Only three pieces of jewelry are known to have belonged to Austen; this is a replica modeled on one of those rare artifacts, her ring, a gold band set with an oval turquoise-colored stone.
Jane Austen Silk Scarf
This pure silk crepe de chine scarf features the oak leaf motif which decorated a silk pelisse (a type of coat-dress or over-garment) worn by Jane Austen in 1814.
Katherine Mansfield Pillow Cover
Before you sleep, read something that is exquisite and worth remembering. —Erasmus
Leo Lionni Animal Alphabet 24-Piece Puzzle
This puzzle features some of the most endearing characters created by Leo Lionni; Swimmy, Frederick, Alexander, and more make the alphabet fun and accessible for ages 3+.
Lighted Rimless Magnifier
2x-power magnifier has a 3-1/2" lens, is lightweight and comfortable to hold with ergonomic handle and textured grips. LED lasts 100,000 hours.
Linen Flex Cover Notebook
This notebook is especially appropriate for those who carry their notebooks with them: flexible linen covers and rounded corners mean no bent corners or broken bindings.
Literary Holiday Crackers
adult and children options
Literary Quotes Cocktail Napkins
One hundred paper napkins, 25 each of four quotes, on the martini [Noël Coward, Elaine Dundy], whiskey [William Faulkner], and Champagne [Winston Churchill].