Welcome to the Victorian Heart Shoppe










                  
                  

Victorian Heart Shoppe Mall bids you welcome to our Second Avenue Shoppes!  All of them have a flair for that personalized, feminine touch of a bygone era. This avenue features exclusive decorations for your home and yourself. We have customized arts and crafts items, including Victorian Greeting Cards.  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.

  Second Avenue Shops  Second Avenue Shops

Victorian Treasures 2 Remember The Victorian Shoppe Carriage House Gifts LLC Victorian
The Writing Box
Treasures 2 Remember
Charming Victorian Clothing, Accessories, and Gifts
The Victorian Shoppe
Victorian Greeting Cards
Carriage House Gifts LLC
Charmed Victorian Mostly-Victorian Tea Course Victorian Etc. Magazine Archives Swan's Victorian Picture Hangers
Roses and Lilacs
Charmed Victorian
Articles & Illustrations
Mostly-Victorian.com
Online Tea Course
Tea Course
Seen our Archives?
Victorian Etc. Magazine
"Tassel Swags"
Swan's Picture Hangers
Victorian Etc. Crochet Visions Teacups and Roses Calico Lassie Victorian Etc. Online Magazine
Miracles and Mystery
Victorian Etc.
Fine Thread Crochet
Crochet Visions
Beaded Ribbon Brooches
Roses and Teacups
Victorian Hats/Accessories
Calico Lassie
Free "Top 500" Newsletter
'Victorian Etc.' Magazine
Pretty Shabby Swan's Victorian Picture Hangers Coeur d'Alene Gifts Cottage Violets Recollections
"All Things Pretty"
Pretty Shabby
"Jane Austen Collection"
Swan's Picture Hangers
Victorian Laurels Perfume
Victorian Laurels
Hammersley Inkwell
Cottage Violets
Romantic Victorian Clothing
Recollections
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Victorian Laurels Designer Perfume Bottles
Victorian Laurels
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Be sure and visit our "Third Avenue Shops" and expand your window shopping experience!
You may visit any of our Second Avenue Victorian Shops by clicking their title link below.


2nd Avenue
Victorian Shoppes
Descriptions
Clothing / Accessories Calico Lassie
The Victorian Shoppe
Recollections
1800's Victorian Hats & Accessories for Ladies & Gents.
Charming Victorian clothing, accessories, and gift items.
Romantic Victorian Clothing.
Arts & Crafts Crochet Visions
Treasures 2 Remember
Swan's Picture Hangers
Victorian Etc. Magazine
"Art of Handmade Fine Thread Crochet"
Put your thoughts to paper, enjoy the power of the written word.
'Jane Austen Collection' inspired by the BBC television series
Read our online DIY Victorian Crafts Magazine.
Home & Garden Swan's Picture Hangers
Pretty Shabby
Picture hangers, hooks, and antique button pins.
"All Things Pretty" for your romantic home.
Jewelry Charmed Victorian
Roses and Teacups
Cameo and dragonfly jewelry, bookmarks, barrettes.
Gorgeous Beaded Ribbon Jewelry & Corsages.
Antiques/
Collectibles
Carriage House Gifts LLC
Victorian Laurels
Victorian Greeting Cards and Nostalgic Gifts.
Victorian Perfume Bottles and vanity items.
Tea Time/
Articles & Education
Cottage Violets
Mostly-Victorian
Tea Course
Victorian Etc. Magazine
“The place where whimsy comes to play.”
Articles, images, and e-books from Victorian periodicals.
For continuing education and success in the tea industry.
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Victorian history corner

Victorian Era Tidbits:
"The Victorians associated the clutter of ornamentation and ostentatious display with wealth and so crammed their homes with furniture, bric-a-brac and pianos to show their refinement and taste. Home interiors were quite dark with busily patterned wallpaper. From a picture rail hung oil paintings, etchings, engravings, silhouettes, water colours, stitched needlework samplers and hand embroidered reproductions of famous paintings. Sunlight was kept out of the already dark room by layers of blinds, lace curtains, velvet drapes, and side curtains in dark colours. The brass ringed curtains hung on great poles, but often remained drawn on bright days. Clutter of furniture and ornaments was reflected in the huge looking glasses. Furniture and shelves were covered with fringed, beaded cloths and runners. The more a home could be over filled with china, domed wax flowers, stuffed birds, trinket boxes, the more homelife could be reflected in mirrors, the more it showed its owner had arrived to the full Victorian lifestyle."    (Information from www.fashion-era.com/homelife_changes.htm)

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



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