Victorian Girls 4.25 X 2.75 IN

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Victorian Girls 4.25 X 2.75 IN

65.00

Laden with intriguing, romantic images from the Victorian era, the ‘Victorian Sisters’ paperweight is the perfect gift for someone you love, whether it be your BBF, your Sista, your Mutha or your very own true love.  The illustration of two young women at the center of the design is taken from a 19th century Currier and Ives print depicting close friends Alice and Ellen, main characters from the famous novel ‘Wide, Wide World’, published in 1850, by Susan Warner.  The small pearl frame usually displaying a single eye, is known as a ‘Lovers’ Eye’, depicting the eye of a loved one and worn as jewelry in Victorian times and earlier.  The delicate, carved ivory hand offers a bouquet against the background of a fancifully inscribed envelope expressing endless curlicues of love in a distinctly Victorian hand. A vintage die cut decal of a tiny cherub offering violets, is the final touch upon this paperweight’s undeniable mood of love and affection. An exquisite gift for the one you love or for that special someone whose affections you yet hope to gain, and of course an excellent token of your love for your Valentine. This beautiful solid glass paperweight will bring beauty and joy to any setting and evoke sweet sentiments all year round.

Wipe with a damp washcloth to clean.

This paperweight is 4.25" X 2.75" and weighs 0.9 lbs.

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