"Peace And Love" Victorian Hidden Name Calling Card
This beautiful Victorian calling card features a hand painting a sailboat scene with the words "peace and love" on a small banner above. The hidden name behind the painting is
Calling cards were an important accessory for the upper class in Europe, Britain, and the United States during the Victorian era. The primary sentiment of leaving a calling card was to establish or strengthen a relationship between people. During a time when the telephone was not commonly used, making social calls was a way to keep in touch, and an integral part of visiting another was using a calling card.
This beautiful little card is in wonderful condition and would make a unique addition to your collection or gift to your beloved.