Blue Calico by Burleigh: Unique to Burleigh this pattern was derived from early Victorian patterns which had their roots in Chinese porcelain. "Repinned by Keva xo".

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The incredible home of Melbourne artist and collector Greg Irvine. Photos by Eve Wilson for thedesignfiles.net

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The Victorians held the belief that violet glass ensured good fortune within the home. Gift boxed. 7". VTC Exclusive! $19.95

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Gorgeous Vtg Green Bone Dish Pink Roses Victorian Dinnerware Scalloped FR SH #Unknown

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Gorgeous Vtg Bone Dish Pink Roses Victorian Dinnerware Accessory Scalloped FR SH #Unknown

Skulls, insects, diagrams of horrific medical instruments, Victorian-style Darwin-esque etchings and Natural History sketches are all over the world of design at the moment. Let’s call this trend: Macabre. It’s dark. It’s gothic. It’s black. It’s creepy. Think of a dusty museum display case in the 1800s – full of spidery death and decay; skeletons, faded labels, stuffed birds with beady eyes, sad rows of dead butterflies, scientific diagrams of insects, plants and animals – all lifeless...

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Have you been following the #MuseumRainbow? Today is the colour blue! This beautiful Victorian serving plate is from #GibsonHouse and can be found in their front parlour - perfect for Mrs. Gibson's "At Home" tea time where she would entertain her friends and family. #museums #museum #Toronto #tohistory #tohistoricsites #Victorian #dinnerware #plates #blue

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Victorian Majolica Plate ~ Pretty 7 3/4" Victorian Majolica plate with impressed marks on the back of U & C S inside of a circle, and the number 188.

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