☆ Collecting The Precious « United Cutlery’s The Sword of Kili » This very detailed replica comes with a high quality steel blade. This sword will come to you aged and made to look as if it was used by Kili as we’ve seen him so far in The Hobbit Trilogy. ☆
Evening dress, Börre & Lorenzen & Co, n.d. Belonged to Princess Ingeborg, Duchess of Västergötland (1878-1958). Dress of pale blue-green, almost gray, silk satin with woven bright pink and pale pink roses. Square neckline front and rounded deep neckline at the back. Livrustkammaren (The Royal Armory) / Göran Schmidt (link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Prinsessan_Ingeborgs_aftonkl%C3%A4nning_(B%C3%B6rre-Lorenzen_%26_Co)_-_Livrustkammaren_-_22495.tif). CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.
Ottoman jarid javelins (short throwing spears), 18th century, used in the eastern world from Turkey to India, two javelins with 8 1/2 inches blades square cross section and wood hafts 23 inches long ending with a chased silver cap. The Pair is housed in a wood scabbard with two compartments, covered with velvet and mounted with chased silver mounts. Total length 35 inches.
People visit the "Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts" show presented by the American Folk Art Museum at the Park Avenue Armory on March 30, 2011 in New York City. The 650 American quilts from three centuries are coverings created mostly by anonymous quilters in the 19th century. It is the single largest quilt exhibition ever displayed in one venue in New York.