S. also owns an enviable array of shoes--in her case, knitted and crocheted booties--some vintage, some not. What young lady wouldn't want more shoes?
Vintage napkins, doilies, antimacassars, and hankies are often made from pure linen and cotton. Sturdy and soft, these materials bleach beautifully and look great, whether they are ironed after washing, or left in their naturally, softly wrinkled state.
I am considering buying up a lot of vintage linens right now, like this and this and this. Because, who knows? Some day, there might be a little miss S. in our future.