Welcome to the Victorian Heart Shoppe


Victorian Heart Shoppe Mall bids you welcome to our Fifth Avenue Shoppes!  All of them have a flair for that personalized, feminine touch of a bygone era. This avenue features exclusive decorations to dress yourself or your home. We represent that Victorian look from antique picture hangers to clothing and collectibles.  Our fine assortment of Victorian gifts will make all of your gift-giving easy.  Relax and browse our storefront displays, then click the link beneath each window to enter that shop.   In a hurry, click here to view our mini directory.

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Victorian Recollections Victorian Etc. Online Magazine Pretty Shabby Victorian
Romantic Victorian Clothing
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'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
"All Things Pretty"
Pretty Shabby
Charmed Victorian Victorian Laurels Swan's Victorian Picture Hangers My Embroidered Gifts Victorian Laurels
Victorian Rose Cameo
Charmed Victorian
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Victoria's Attic
"ON SALE Collection"
Swan's Picture Hangers
Heirloom Pillow
My Embroidered Gifts
Fragrance Gifts
Victorian Laurels
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Afternoon Tea Publication
The Tea House Times
Victorian Wild West
'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
Original Wall Art
Kelly Gau Studio
Victorian Children
'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
Semi-precious Jewelry
Victorian Laurels
Victorian Join Our Mall Roses and Teacups $100 Drawing Victorian
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"Custom USA Handcrafted Ceramics"
Roses and Teacups
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$50 Sweeps

Be sure and visit our "First Avenue Shops" and expand your window shopping experience!
You may visit any of our Fifth Avenue Victorian Shops by clicking their title link below.

5th Avenue
Victorian Shoppes
Clothing &
Victorian Laurels
Custom fragrance items and gifts for the Victorian lover.
Romantic Victorian Clothing.
Arts & Crafts Victoria's Attic
My Embroidered Gifts
Kelly Gau Studio
Victorian Etc. Magazine
Handmade Victorian Gifts and Crafts at 50% off retail!
Personalized heirloom gifts, Granny shirts.
"I create because God said to."
Read our online Victorian Crafts Magazine.
Home & Garden Swan's Picture Hangers
Roses and Teacups
Pretty Shabby
Victorian Etc. Magazine
Picture hangers, hooks, and antique button pins.
"Custom USA Handcrafted Ceramics"
"All Things Pretty" for your romantic home.
Read our online Victorian Home Magazine.
Jewelry Charmed Victorian
Victorian Laurels
Handcrafted Victorian style cameos and fairy collage jewelry.
Hand made eyeglass/sunglass chains, sterling silver jewelry.
Tea Time The Tea House Times
Victorian Etc. Magazine
A Victorian, Afternoon Tea Publication, subscribe today.
Read our online Victorian Teatime Magazine.

Victorian history corner

Victorian Era Tidbits:
"In 1857 the Englishman Charles Worth set up a Paris fashion house at 7 Rue de la Paix a then unfashionable Paris district. In 1858 he made a collection of clothes that were unsolicited designs. He showed the clothes on live models and when people bought his original designs he became a leading fashion design couturier of the Victorian era. Until that time fashion details and changes were suggested by the customers. The House of Worth became a leader of ideas for the next 30 years. Haute Couture during the Victorian period was an ideal foil for conspicuous consumption. Fragile gauze dresses decorated with flowers and ribbons that were made for wealthy young women were only intended to be worn for one or two evenings and then cast aside as they soiled and crushed so easily. Silk flowers, froths of tulle and pleated gauze trims would have emphasized the innocence of virginal girls whilst signaling their availability on the marriage market. Such conspicuous waste and conspicuous consumption were hallmarks of Victorian high living. Older, married more senior women wore statelier fabrics like heavy satins, crisp silks and plush velvet. It was thought good etiquette to dress according to one's position in society and that also meant not wearing clothes more suited to a younger woman."    (Information from www.fashion-era.com/early_victorian_fashion.htm)

For more Victorian History tidbits please visit some of our other avenues:
"Victorian era"
"Victorian home decorations"
"Victorian accessories"
"Victorian Arts & Crafts Movement"

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