Crush... Old School Burgundy style! [a photo from the Wine Museum in Beaune, France.]
Spear thrower made from reindeer antler, sculpted as a mammoth. Found in the rock shelter of Montastruc, France. Approximately 13,000–14,000 years old The British Museum - Ice Age art arrival of the modern mind 7 February – 26 May 2013
Music school in Louviers (France, Haute-Normandie). The project was build from a 17th century old monastery.
A Tasty Visit to the Loire & Burgundy in France | davidlebovitz.com
Percheron, old classic type. A draft horse developed in the 18th and 19th century in northern France. Intelligent and willing, it is probably the draft breed that has fared best in modern times. This horse is from the French stud, Société Hippique Percheronne de France, and is the very heavy old style Percheron.
An elegant bow tie crafted in France is cut from pure silk in a lustrous burgundy hue. Color(s): burgundy. Brand: Yves Saint Laurent. Style Name: Yves Saint Laurent Textured Silk Bow Tie. Style Number: 1168778. $140.00
The Cartoon Art Museum celebrates a century of children's book illustrations. Photo from the Cartoon Art Museum
Probably a very old kokeshi--from the Mingei International Museum, La Jolla, CA.
Beautiful French Cypress Doors with early 1800’s door hardware are adorned with a woven old linen sheath from France. early Louisiana 1820s beehive armoire. The floors are 2” x 12” ceiling joist from a school house demolition in the nearby town of Donaldsonville, Louisiana. A. Hays Town
This apparition photo comes from the Marietta Museum of History in Marietta, GA. The museum, housed in the old Kennesaw House, once served as a hospital and a morgue during the Civil War. Now the building is reportedly haunted by a woman in a long dress. Is that her pictured above?
Catwalk in Paris from a rooftop behind the opera. France
Photo by:Mutahir Mahmood Bringing old school indian back. Flowers in the hair.
Truly stunning, a hot air balloon of wire and cloth from the "Vox Populi" line by Pascale Palun in Avignon, France. Old world beauty.
Interlocking rings impart subtle pattern to a handsome tie crafted in France from pure silk. Color(s): blue, burgundy. Brand: Yves Saint Laurent. Style Name: Yves Saint Laurent Ring Loop Silk Tie. Style Number: 1168608. $77.49
A shop in London dedicated to all things Doctor Who. Apparently If you pay them like three pounds you can go into the TARDIS at the back of the store and it leads into a mini museum of all this stuff they’ve bought from BBC auctions like it’s got old costumes and props and signed stuff and it’s really cool you should all go there (and they take a photo of you unlocking the Tardis and going in its super cute)
These old-school crew socks are patterned in classic stripes and cushioned at the heel. Color(s): charcoal/ red, navy/ burgundy. Brand: WIGWAM. Style Name: Wigwam 'Lakewood' Stripe Crew Socks. Style Number: 5014829. $15.00
Half-tone squares add geometric interest to a handsome tie crafted in France from pure silk. Color(s): burgundy, grey, navy. Brand: Yves Saint Laurent. Style Name: Yves Saint Laurent Mini Square Silk Tie. Style Number: 1168632. $77.49
English Knight from the time of the battle of Agincourt, from the Agincourt Museum. The English victory at the Battle of Agincourt gave birth to a legend that was immortalized in William Shakespeare's King Henry V. The battle took place in a muddy farmer's field in northern France on October 25, 1415 and was one in a series of encounters between France and England that has become known as the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453).
all things floral
Lambswool tunic in diamond twill from around 300CE. Marianne Vedeler, conservation expert at Norway’s Museum of Cultural History, showing off the 1,700-year-old tunic used as warm outer clothing, found in the mountains of southern Norway in 2011. Photo: Reuters. Right: A valley in the mountains of south Norway, beside the thawing Lendbreen glacier. Photo: Reuters/Oppland county council
American Airlines flight attendants model the "American Field Flowers Collection by Leonard Fisher," circa 1971-1974. The image goes with the Museum of Flight's second Style in the Aisle exhibit. (American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum) Photo: Museum Of Flight / SL