She stared down anyone who dared enter her territory. She was the Queen of the Starry Nights.
The ephemera: original vintage letters, receipts and manuscripts; original vintage star chart from 1944.
The found objects: vintage tart tin, small nest, twigs, quail egg, feathers, poppy seed heads, rusty fleur de lys and antique pen nibs.
The Queens were in their towers contemplating the ridiculous spectacle that the kings were making as they preened among the crowds below.
The ephemera: decorative papers; original ledger pages and receipts from the 1800s; natural history illustrations of owls.
The found objects: a rusty fleur de lys; three pen nibs; two stars and a button; 3 vintage lotto numbers.
Size: 4 inches by 12 inches.
“Bring out the Hounds” she cried! She loved those puppies. Was there nothing so joyous as a stride through the woods with these beauties.
A birthday request for a client.
The ephemera: vintage manuscript from 1845; image of a long ago queen; vintage images of hounds.
The found objects: tiny pewter star; small fleur de lys charm; tiny antique key; vintage glass beads; vintage heart charms, antique pen nibs; vintage typewriter parts; an antique escutcheon.
Size: 8 inches by 8 inches.