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Victorian Heart Shoppe Mall bids you welcome to our Fourth Avenue Shoppes!  This avenue features limited editions and one-of-a-kind art and accessories for your home and your life, including Victorian tea time treasures. We have customized romantic cottage style and Victorian decor reminiscent of a bygone era.  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.

  Fourth Avenue Shops  Fourth Avenue Shops

Victorian Roses and Teacups Coeur d'Alene Gifts My Embroidered Gifts Victorian
Carol Wilson Tea Cards
Roses and Teacups
Women's Boutique and Home Decor
Coeur d'Alene Gifts
Mommie's Cuties Shirt
My Embroidered Gifts
Hand Painted Mailboxes Victorian Etc. Online Magazine Treasures 2 Remember Victorian Laurels Victorian Laurels
Sandra's Custom Mailboxes
Hand Painted Mailboxes
Victorian Harvest
'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
Victorian Tear Bottles
Treasures 2 Remember
Signature Fragrance Items
Victorian Laurels
Business/Calling Card Case
Victorian Laurels
Victorian Etc. Online Magazine Cottage Violets Tea Bureau is your tea business connection Rosette Picture Hangers Victorian Laurels
DIY Crafts
'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
Beatrix Potter Tea Tile
Cottage Violets
Tea Business Connection
Tea Bureau
"Emalita" Picture Hangers
Swan's Picture Hangers
Queen Mab Figurine
Victorian Laurels
Victorian Join our Team Charmed Victorian $100 Drawing Victorian
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Be sure and visit our "Fifth Avenue Shops" and expand your window shopping experience!
You may visit any of our Fourth Avenue Victorian Shops by clicking their title link below.


4th Avenue
Victorian Shoppes
Descriptions
Accessories/Clothing My Embroidered Gifts
Victorian Laurels
Personalized Mommy & Granny shirts, embroidered gifts.
Victorian Business or Calling Card cases, custom made.
Arts & Crafts Hand Painted Mailboxes
Victorian Etc. Magazine
Decorative hand painted mailboxes by artist Sandra Davis.
Read our online DIY Victorian Crafts Magazine.
Tea Time Roses and Teacups
Tea Bureau
Carol Wilson Tea Stationery.
Connects consumers and business to all tea industry facets.
Home & Garden Swan's Picture Hangers
Victorian Etc. Magazine
Coeur d'Alene Gifts
Rosette Picture Hangers featuring "Emalita".
Victorian Harvest Festival and Fall Frolic.
Specialty Women's Boutique and Home Decor.
Jewelry Charmed Victorian
Victorian Laurels
Cameo and fairy jewelry, bookmarks, barrettes.
Victorian Laurels Perfume and bejeweled bottles.
Collectibles Treasures 2 Remember
Cottage Violets
Victorian Laurels
Romantic, unique, treasures galore, gifts for every occasion.
“The place where whimsy comes to play.”
Victorian collectibles, gifts, figurines.


Victorian history corner

Victorian Era Tidbits:
Although students of Victorian art, architecture, and design confidently discuss the sources, importance, and influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement, they rarely agree on precisely what it was or who belonged to the movement. Everyone seems to agree that A. W. Pugin, John Ruskin, and William Morris greatly influenced the movement. All also agree that the Arts and Crafts Movement created the twentieth- and twenty-first century idea of Fine Craft, in which artist-craftsman produce furniture, glass, ceramics, jewelry, textiles, clothing, and other kinds of applied arts that museums, galleries, and collectors consider as either as fine art or as aesthetically equal to it. In fact, now that the intertwined worlds of commercial galleries, museums, and purchasers of fine arts have long abandoned the artist's personal skill as a criterion of excellence, Fine Crafts have filled the need for those who appreciate exquisite workmanship. The word art originally meant simply "craft" or "skill," and the word fine — or Beaux (as in les beaux arts) — became attached to art as a means of elevating it to a liberal art analogous to poetry. Now things to have come full circle; or almost."    (Information from www.victorianweb.org/art/design/craftintro.html)

For more Victorian History tidbits please visit some of our other avenues:
"Victorian era"
"Victorian home decorations"
"Victorian accessories"
"Victorian fashion and clothing"



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