This darling dancer holding her curtsy so beautifully for the camera is Georgiana Gardner. It is made personal and touching by a note on faded orange paper: "My father's sister, who died at the age of twelve from scarlet fever." "Written by Grace G. Hixon." We curtsy to you Georgiana with your clear blue eyes and graceful manner. Dance on, my dear! 1851
A grand image from the 1840s. I luv that she is sleeveless. Her camisette is very fine. I couldn't resist the chatelaine and the ring on her forefinger.
The reassuring arm of a very pretty mother is all the little one needs to produce a smile. This is a lovely image, and mamma is wearing a ring on her forefinger.
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Just lovely! The Van Dyke points that decorate her sleeves, collar, and engageante are very attractive.
Could a girl have a sweeter, gentler face? From the long, pointed waist of the bodice to the under-pinned sleeves to the exposed camisette to the ring on the forefinger to the long side curls to the wrist ribbons, this is a girl of the 1840s.