"Words are the voice of the heart." —Confucius. Quotations from Sarah Orne Jewett, Charles Baudelaire, Confucius, Thomas Mann, and Mark Twain, offering advice and insights to inspire writers.
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 Gift Wrap
Gorey's illustrations of children at play decorate this whimsical wrapping paper; the reverse side includes printed grid lines for easy cutting.
“Those who love each other” Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
"Those who love each other shall become invincible." —W. Whitman
Shakespeare Quotes Bibs
For the commanding personality in the high chair: a pair of bibs, in royal purple and royal blue, each with a quote from Shakespeare: ‘Go, make ready breakfast’ and ‘Fetch my supper in’.
The Company They Kept, Volume Two
Writers on Unforgettable Friendships edited by Robert B. Silvers
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.
Resist much. Obey little. Kids T-shirt
Walt Whitman's rallying cry for individual and collective liberty, from 1860 edition of "Leaves of Grass." Four sizes; all cotton.
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”
“Obstinate, headstrong girl” Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
“Jane Austen” is inscribed inside
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.
Jane Austen Adventures Sterling Silver Cuff
If adventures will not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad
Edward Gorey Tinsel Dance Holiday Cards
"Ettie Lou Stooper does a tinsel dance at a tree-trimming party in Gumsville, Nebraska, Christmas Eve, 1923"
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.