Gothic black lace

Parasol Date: ca. 1900 The style of lace indicates that the parasol is from the mid-nineteenth century.

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I SHOULD be wearing this at Hallow'een. Vampire collar (I had a halloween collar years ago made of a type of styrofoam that stayed up, but this is wicked awesome!

Von Lilienfeld Double Layer-Schirm 'Schwarze Katzen' | eBay http://amzn.to/2k2HTMQ

Von Lilienfeld Double frame umbrella - the motiv is fully visible to the user, but the umbrella is an elegant black on the outside Two nimble black cats pose on this umbrella - and have just left their paw marks on it!

Mourning Parasol (1895-1900)  The Metropolitan Museum of Art (source: omgthatdress.tumb...)

Mourning parasol, US, the Metropolitan Museum of Art “ A beautiful as well as large parasol, it is decidedly for mourning. This fact is evidenced by the hidden mourning crepe found in the middle layer between the taffeta and the densely.

The pagoda design and exquisite scalloped shape of this parasol truly make a statement! Ruffles, lace and jacquard patterns give a luxurious feeling, and Lumiebre's trademark quality is unmistakable. This parasol features UV protection and water resistance.

The pagoda design and exquisite scalloped shape of this parasol truly make a statement! Ruffles, lace and jacquard patterns give a luxurious feeling, and Lumieb

Brocaded silk parasol, c.1690-1710

ephemeral-elegance: Chenille Trimmed Silk Brocade Parasol with Gilded Handle, ca. via Rijksmuseum

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