I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: if the Victorians had antibiotics and indoor plumbing, I’d pop into a steampunk version of the Back To The Future time machine and jet off to the 19th century.
Alas, that cannot be. So I bring the Victorian age to myself, with vintage stuff. I spend more hours browsing Victorian-inspired products on Amazon than I’d care to admit. I just bought a pair of Gothic door knockers. Who needs two. BUT. They were so pwetty!
If you’re like me and dig all things Victorian, you’ll enjoy my top picks of very Victorian things on Amazon.
Almost every piece from 1928 Jewellery. (The Downton Abbey set is Black Onyx/Jet black jewellery that was all the rage in the late 19th century because of Queen Victoria’s mourning style.)
This ruffle blouse.
This totally cute hairclip to hold up that 1860s hairdo.
A Gothic sun umbrella. (Three colours.)
All these pretty Victorian boots.
These Gothic door knockers to go with your overgrown garden and gargoyle sculptures. (Ok, you have an ill-kept lawn the neighbour’s cat poops in, but still.)
These fantastic Victorian-inspired paper things:
Feline-frame Victorian notecards. Painted cats in golden frames.
Practically purring in delight.
An assortment of Victorian Trading Co. Christmas holiday gift wrapping paper. (Only 5 left in stock!)
These Gibson girl paper dolls.
Victorian paper for scrap-booking and craft.
And lastly, this totally sweet set of greeting cards with Victorian blessings. Awwwww….