Emily Dickinson Holiday Card
The Homestead was the home of Emily Dickinson. A keen gardener and nature lover, Emily’s fondness for taking solitary walks in the surrounding landscape prompted her father to present her with an enormous Newfoundland dog, Carlo, whom she fondly described as her “shaggy ally.”
Edward Gorey “Life is Sweet” Sterling Silver Pin
Engraved on the back: “Books. Cats. Life is sweet.”
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 Sterling Heart Cat Pin
This sterling silver pin is based on a series of drawings by artist and writer Edward Gorey, creator of more than 100 works—from a wealth of darkly hilarious books to the animated opening sequence of the PBS television series Mystery!
Edward Gorey Dancing Cats: 300-Piece Puzzle
These felines—knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through Edward Gorey's book "Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses"—are classic examples of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.
Storytime: 2,000-Piece Puzzle
A collection of beautifully illustrated antique and vintage children’s books is pictured on this puzzle. The bookshelf displays dozens of classics, including Little Women, Robinson Crusoe, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen and The Wind in the Willows.