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Left “Faith, Hope, and Charity” chatelaine may have been a mourning piece, as it contained a romantic quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Right double-mourning-watch

1888 Sterling Silver Chatelaine w/ 5 Accessories Sampson Mordan England

1888 Sterling Silver Chatelaine w/ 5 Accessories Sampson Mordan England

1888 Sterling Silver Chatelaine w/ 5 Accessories - Coin holder, mechanical pencil, perfume, a needle case, and ?

Chatelaine, Britain, ca. 1850.    Chatelaines were decorative but useful waist hung fashion accessories. The system of clips and chains, attached to the belt, kept small but necessary items such as sissors, keys and money easily accessible for housewives and housekeepers. Before the 1850s pockets were uncommon in women’s garments and chatelaines were a versatile and ornamental alternative.

Chatelaine by Banks Durham, Joseph, ca. 1850 (made). Cut steel chatelaine, England, about Museum Number to

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Victorian Sewing Chatelaine Indian Head Chief by antiquesarcadia

Hyacinthe Rigaud, a chatelaine with an enamel medallion with two cherubs and a bird

century chatelaines as worn by men and women. Includes examples in a variety of styles, as well as the items that would have been worn on a chatelaine.

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Antique Sewing Chatelaine With Ornate Fretwork Clip -- 3 LADIES FACES. Rozzie's Rugs hearts desire to have one.

Ruby lane...  I need one for all my keys!! but in Silver please!

Chatelaines in Gold Z

Obsolete Fashion, chatelaine, equipage, 18th century, 19th century woman

Obsolete Fashion: Would You Hop on the Chatelaine Train? -

I love these & century Chatelaines - sewing tools are some of my very favorite antiques!

Porcelain cupid sterling chatelaine

Porcelain Cupid Sterling Silver Chatelaine from Ruby Lane Antiques

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Silver and enamel chatelaine - Britain, 1901

Chatelaine 1850-90, usata probabilmente per andare a ballo  Le chatelaine furono in uso fin dal Medioevo ma la loro popolarità crescente le porto a essere utilizzate da tutti i membri della società sia uomini che donne durante il periodo vittoriano. La popolarità di questi cari oggetti iniziò a calare alla fine del XIX secolo, quando le donne avviarono il percorso verso la propria emancipazione cambiando radicalmente il modo di vestirsi, non più compatibile con un oggetto del genere…

Silver Chatelaine: purse, pencil, perfume vial, note-card mirror, Z

More fun than a Swiss Army knife - all the accoutrements needed to run the household of your manor or chateau - circa 1860. Suspended from an ornate rose gold fleur-de-lys pin are: an ornately covered lorgnette, a gold-topped perfumer, a gold button hook, a gold-covered pocket knife and a very rare and unusual covered flip-out mirror. A fancy and fascinating Victorian collectable. 14K, 15K and 18K yellow gold. 7 1/2 inches from top to bottom.

Five Piece Gold Antique Accessory Set (Chatelaine) More fun than a Swiss Army knife - all the accoutrements needed to run the household of your manor or chateau - circa 1860

Victorian Cut Steel Chatelaine mid 19th century

Victorian chatelaine from England : Lot 73

Antique Chinese Silver Opium Chatelaine with Bottle & Tools

Antique Chinese Silver Opium Chatelaine with Bottle & Tools

A Victorian silver four division chatelaine with embossed and scrolled ornament, Birmingham 1899, by Henry Matthews, hung with original etui (incomplete) and silver mounted ivory note pad, and now hung with Edward VII silver cylindrical bodkin case of Art Nouveau design, 6.25ins overall, London 1901, by Mordan & Co (damaged), a silvery metal propelling pencil by S. Mordan & Co, and a pair of stainless steel scissors

A Victorian silver chatelaine with embossed and scrolled ornament, Birmingham

A chatelaine which was displayed at the Great Exhibition of 1851. Before the 1850s pockets were uncommon in female clothing and so women used chatelaines as a fashionable, decorative means of carrying small and useful items. The chatelaine would be hung from a belt and, through a series of clips and chains, contain a variety of objects such as scissors, keys, scent bottles, penknives, tweezers, writing pads and letter openers.

A chatelaine which was displayed at the Great Exhibition of Before the pockets were uncommon in female clothing and so women used chatelaines as a fashionable, decorative means of carrying small and useful items.

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