Wikipedia defines Cabinets of Curiosities as encyclopedic collections of types of objects whose categorical boundaries in Renaissance Europe were yet to be defined. Modern terminology would categorize these objects to natural history, geology, science, archaeology, religious relics, antiquities, and works of art.
At Patina Green, we have displayed our collection of unique finds and oddities.
I believe every home should include objects of curiosities. Unique conversation starters that add character, and touches of natural history that bring warmth into the space.
At Patina Green, we are always searching for one-of-a-kind treasures that have a story and a soul. Some of our current inventory has traveled back with us from our recent trip to Europe, where the history runs deep.
These prints are a real find! Individual moth prints from the famed "A History Of British Moths" volumes. London 1903.
I love collecting old chemist bottles! We currently have a beautiful collection of Victorian pieces, including a full laboratory set from England and porcelain labels from an old pharmacy cabinet.
Vintage European school posters make unique pieces of artwork. I love posters with flora, farm animals, and vegetation displayed in the kitchen.
We found these Victorian oil portraits at a flea market in England. Still in their original gilded frame, artist signature reads "John Davidson, 1871". Back of frame includes label with noted framer and subjects, "Miss Kathryn Cove, and Sir Mitchell".
Have you started a cabinet of curiosities in your home?
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