This is a scan of an antique postcard mailed in 1922 by Margot, sending happy new year greetings. Far from having the typical bold Art Deco look we associate with the 1920s, this card was probably an "oldie but goodie" on the postcard shelf. Technically, this is an Edwardian image, but what we usually call Victorian. She makes me think of a lovely lady from the Antebellum South or perhaps you are a Jane Austen fan?!! It is a sweet sepia-toned photo that was color tinted by hand decades ago. In fact, on my original card, you can feel the thick raised dots of white paint that were added to make the necklace chain. Wonderful subtle colors. Absolutely delicate! This scan is antique postcard size (about 3.5 by 5.5 inches) but you can reduce it to use it as an ATC OR you can enlarge it to turn into wall art. Wouldn't she be sweet inside an oval mat and a vintage frame?
Photo No. 2 is listed separately. I call her Jane Austen's little sister:) http://www.etsy.com/listing/97289202/digital-scan-jane-austen-style-victorian
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