The world was rich with meaning
for people during the Victorian era. Objects, motifs, patterns in design, and especially in personal adornment, held particular significance for those people that lived with them daily — jewels were often worn as amulets or reminders, and not simply as decoration. The acorn, for instance, was a traditional lucky charm, and for the Celts it was a symbol of immortality. Read more about this lucky pair . . .
is a collection of vintage & antique jewelry curated by Regina Godfrey, a wayward poet and longtime collector of beautiful old things. Poor Mouchette is located in Portland, Oregon. Each piece is handpicked from the dusty world and brought to these pages. I believe in a practice of kindness. Don't hesitate to get in touch.