These are comments from YOU, our wonderful customers!  Simply drop us an email after your linens arrive and we’ll post it up on the board.

The above customer comments are placed on a collection of calling cards inspired from a collection I inherited from my Grandmother Anna.  The use of calling cards was perceived as "high style", carried by "well-to-do" ladies and gentleman who made a point to call on friends and family on specified days of the week or month. Also known as "visiting cards", each one is different and beautiful. The card was left at the door, or in the front parlor in a silver urn, basket or "Card Receiver". These receivers were placed to hold cards for the family, whether they were home or not. Cards left reminded the family of who had called, thus requiring a visit in return.  It was also an exciting day in the social life of a young Victorian era family member to be granted their first calling card.

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