News-Antique.com - Aug 05,2009 - This box tells the story of the Victorians' love for their babies. Once a toddler was able to walk confidently, he or she was dressed in the miniature version of adult clothing. Girls wore petticoats, bustles, capes, and gloves just like their mothers. Their costumes were often accented with jewelry. Old photographs document the wearing of a delicate gold bangle or locket pendant. Jewelry intended for children and babies was commonly set with tiny seed pearls and chip diamonds.
Victorian Baby Trinket Box with Jewelry
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