"I Am Born" Onesie
" I Am Born" on front of white 6-12 month size onesie. From "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens.
Bodleian Library Silk Chiffon Scarf
This charming silk chiffon scarf features an artful montage of Victorian and Edwardian girls’ books with enchanting period titles, collated by the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Book of Hours Silk Chiffon Scarf
The sumptuous imagery is based on illustrations found in copies of the medieval manuscripts; the motifs are printed in the opulent colors used in those works.
Canterbury Cathedral Silk Chiffon Scarf
The flower motifs on this beautiful scarf are taken from 14th century medieval French Lady's Book of Hours, housed in the Canterbury Cathedral Library. The colors are bright and clear but because the scarf is chiffon, have a certain transparency.
Edward Gorey Cat on a Moon Necklace
The image of this irresistible cat perched on a crescent moon is adapted from a series of Edward Gorey's unpublished drawings of cats engaged in improbable activities.
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.
James Thurber Reading Dog Pin/Pendant
Sterling silver; One inch in diameter. Thurber’s signature is engraved on the back.
Jane Austen Adventures Sterling Silver Cuff
If adventures will not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad
Medieval Manuscript Silk Chiffon Scarf
Based on motifs found in a circa-1500 book of hours in the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge.
Renaissance Manuscript Silk Chiffon Scarf
The blossoms cover the central area of the scarf; on each end is a wide border of flowers, buds, leaves, and berries, in saturated shades of blue, pink, and green.
Shakespeare Love Silk Chiffon Scarf
The design incorporates favorite love quotations from Shakespeare, along with stylized illustrations of flowers mentioned in his works (wildflowers, the Tudor rose, sprigs of berries, and bees).
Shakespeare Sonnet 116 Möbius Bracelet
"Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments..."
Walt Whitman Cuff Bracelet
“now voyager sail thou forth to seek and find”
Walt Whitman Earrings
"Resist much. Obey little." The poet's rallying cry for individual and collective liberty, from 1860 edition of "Leaves of Grass."
Walt Whitman Gold Happiness Bracelet
"Happiness...not in another place but this place, not for another hour but this hour"
Walt Whitman Happiness Quote Cuff
"Happiness...not in another place but this place, not for another hour but this hour." — Leaves of Grass, “A Song for Occupations”
What good shall I do this day? Cuff Bracelet
Benjamin Franklin began each day by asking himself, in the pages of his journal, "What good shall I do this day?” and returned, at the end of the day, to ask himself the “evening question”: “What good have I done to- day?”
Whitman Square Inch Bracelet
"Some people are so much sunlight to the square inch.”—Walt Whitman