I went on a vintage glass button hunt at the St.Lawrence Antique Market this weekend, and although I found some beauties, I came across these illustrations that were way more exciting! This set of hand-painted lithograph prints are from an old unknown catalog, and I flirted with the vendor so that he would let me take some photos (please tell me it was worth it)! Some of the illustrations include a pattern draft technical, which reminds me of these books from Anna's collection. It's bonkers how pretty they are so, and I wanted to share them with you.
(I want every one of these cloche hats, ga!)
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