Antique and Vintage Prints and Frames - Postcards - Lithographed Tin - and More
Pearle Fidler LeMunyan March 1914 Advertising Calendar for Coal Company
Milo Winter April 1928 Aesop Advertising Calendar of Dog with Skunks - 1 of...
Jessie Willcox Smith Vintage Campbell Print of Young Girl Picking Tulips
Chromolithograph Die Cut of Beautiful Blonde with Pansies
About Pearl's Parlor
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** We describe all items as thoroughly as possible and take photos from several different angles. All of our items are vintage and pre-owned, so they will show normal signs of aging and use. The majority of our items are paper products, which don't always weather the years as well as other materials. We try not to use subjective descriptions such as excellent or very good, as those terms mean different things to different people. However, we do try to mention any damage, flaws, or imperfections or show them in the photos - no matter how minor they may seem.
** We're always happy to answer any questions and supply more photos upon request.
About UsPearl's Parlor specializes in antique and vintage framed prints, postcards, lithographed tin items and other smalls.
I named my shop in memory of my mother, Pearl. She first introduced me to antiques and collectibles by taking me with her to estate sales. In particular, I inherited her love of antique and vintage framed prints. Her house was filled with them, and now so is mine. I love all types of ephemera - prints, postcards and advertising items - especially the calendar prints from the 1900's to 1940's (often referred to as the Golden Age of Illustration). I have collected for years and started selling items from my collections over 12 years ago. In 2014, I received a graduation diploma from the Florida based Asheford Institute of Antiques, an informative distance-learning program on antiques and collectibles.
In addition to downsizing my own collection, the items in my Ruby Lane shop came from antique stores, antique shows, estate sales, auctions and flea markets. My favorites have always been framed prints of beautiful Victorian and Art Nouveau style ladies (like the one I'm using for my shop logo), Native American Indian Maiden prints (as my mother was part Cherokee), and children with their pets (since I have a dog and two cats of my own).
We add items daily, so please stop by again. Thanks for visiting!