Rustic Lanterns for Your Dungeon Hallways

These aged, ornately decorated, iron lanterns are the perfect fixtures to illuminate the dank, stone passageways of your subterranean dungeons and torture chambers.  Or, perhaps merely your front porch or garden.  For less than thirty dollars, such quality is practically a steal.  It’s little items like this that make the Victorian Trading Company one of my all-time favorite online merchants.

Published in: on April 16, 2012 at 12:25 am  Leave a Comment  

Gorgeous Grey and Red Victorian Dwelling

Upon viewing this outstanding property listed on, one will instantly fall in love with it.  If you’re looking to make your next home in Saratoga Springs, New York, look no further than the Historic Winans-Crippen House:

The Winans-Crippen House at 66 Franklin Street was built in 1871 by the Winans family. David Winans was a local merchant. The house was designed by Saratoga Springs architect J. D. Stevens, architect of several structures in the city, including the United States Hotel on Broadway (designed in partnership with Frelin C. Vaughn). Built in the Second Empire style popular around the time of the Civil War, the house was expanded by an addition to the north in about 1877. The house is a contributing structure in the West Side – Franklin Square Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is included within the City of Saratoga Springs’ Historic District.

Published in: on April 10, 2012 at 1:03 am  Comments (1)  
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