Tulipieres. Vases just for tulips. 17th and 18th century. All blue and white and beautiful.

Tulipieres. Blue and white pyramidal flower vases. ca. 1695.
Tulipieres. Blue and white pyramidal flower vases. ca. 1695. Delft. Image © COPYRIGHT 2019 ARONSON ANTIQUAIRS OF AMSTERDAM. Fair use license. via https://www.aronson.com/all-kinds-of-vases-with-spouts-or-holes/
Pair of tulipieres. ca. 1700.
Pair of tulipieres. ca. 1700. Kangxi period, Chinese. Made for the Dutch market and modeled after originals in Dutch delft by Adriaen Kocx. Image © Cohen & Cohen. Fair use license. via https://www.cohenandcohen.co.uk/objectdetail/772514/17671/sold-pair-of-chinese-export-porcelain
Tulipiere. ca. 1780.
Tulipiere. ca. 1780. Blue and white delft. Bottom of the vase shows the mark of De Paeuw “The Peacock.” Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.co.uk/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/delft-blue-white-tulipiere-tulip-vase/id-f_9429603/
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Imperial Romanov ladies from an English point of view. George Dawe, artist. Living from 1781 to 1829 he spent the last ten years of his life painting in Saint Petersburg.

Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Nicholas I. 1820's.
Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Nicholas I. 1820’s. Workshop of George Dawe. In the public domain because the artist died over 70 years ago. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alexandra_Feodorovna_-_workshop_of_G.Dawe_(1820s,_GIM).jpg
Tsaritsa Marie Feodorovna, widow of Paul I. 1825.
Tsaritsa Marie Feodorovna, widow of Paul I. 1825. Collection of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://www.gogmsite.net/russian1715-1789/subalbum-tsaritsa-maria-feo/widow-maria-feodorovna-by.html
Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia. 1822.
Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia. 1822. Collection of the Hermitage Museum. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Maria_Pavlovna_of_Russia_by_G.Dawe_(1822,_Hermitage).jpg

Memories of India through a Western eye. British. William Carpenter, watercolorist (1818-1899).

"Tank & Marble Causeway the Sikh Temple Amritsar."
“Tank & Marble Causeway the Sikh Temple Amritsar.” ca. February, 1854. Image © SikhMuseum.com. Fair use license. via http://www.uniindia.com/exhibition-of-sikh-paintings-by-western-artists-displayed-for-first-time-in-india/entertainment/news/1566853.html
"Interior of the Golden Temple, Amritsar." Probably painted in February, 1854.
“Interior of the Golden Temple, Amritsar.” Probably painted in February, 1854. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017. Fair use license. via http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O430745/interior-of-the-golden-temple-painting-carpenter-william/
"Courtyard of a house in Pune." 1850.
“Courtyard of a house in Pune.” 1850. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O108182/courtyard-of-a-house-in-painting-carpenter-william/
"Indian Soldiers on maneuvers in the Punjab."
“Indian Soldiers on maneuvers in the Punjab.” 1855. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2017/of-royal-and-noble-descent-l17306/lot.67.html

Coral tiaras for the queen of the sea. Various jewelers . . .all amazing. Mostly Cartier.

Bandeau tiara. 1922.
Bandeau tiara. 1922. Made in Paris. Platinum, gold, coral, rose-cut and round diamond, onyx, tortoise shell and black enamel. Cartier, maker. via the cultureconcept.com and http://diamondsandrhubarb.blogspot.com/2014/11/noble-coral.html
Tiara.
Tiara. Platinum, gold, coral, diamond and pearl. Cartier, maker. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/jewelry/an-exquisite-coral-diamond-and-pearl-tiara-6087344-details.aspx?from=searchresults&intObjectID=6087344&sid=26ff61b1-c7ea-484b-
Tiara. 1860-1870.
Tiara. 1860-1870. Gilt metal and coral. Philips Brothers, London, maker. Image © The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via http://www.thecourtjeweller.com/2016/01/jewel-history-tiara-has-become-social.html

Trade cards meant to help you live around your wallpaper, not the other way around. Trade cards from the early days of the last century by M. H. Birge and Sons, a major American wallpaper firm located in Buffalo, New York.

Library. Green wallpaper with a floral frieze. 1885.
Library. Green wallpaper with a floral frieze. 1885. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Dining room. 1906-1907.
Dining room. 1906-1907. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Parlor interior. From Birge's "Decorative Suggestions," published in 1914.
Parlor interior. From Birge’s “Decorative Suggestions,” published in 1914. Image © 2019 Bolling & Company. Trade card in the public domain due to age. via https://bollingco.com/collections/m-h-birge-sons
Interior with floral wallpaper. 1906.
Interior with floral wallpaper. 1906. Postcard. In the public domain. via https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/496733033881625622/?lp=true

Summery beach pictures not wanting to wait for June. American. Beatrice Whitney Van Ness, artist. 20th century.

"Summer Sunlight." ca. 1936.
“Summer Sunlight.” ca. 1936. Oil on canvas. Image © National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC. Fair use license. via https://wayback.archive-it.org/2972/20181115101812/http://clara.nmwa.org/index.php?g=detail&object_id=661
"Umbrellas at the Beach." No date.
“Umbrellas at the Beach.” No date. Oil on canvas. Image via Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers. Fair use license. via https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/beatrice-whitney-van-ness-american-1888-1981-um-207-c-b9bul18bm8
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“Ogunquit Beach Scene.” 1913. Oil on canvasboard. Image © Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield. Fair use license. via https://www.pinterest.com/pin/426786502158682223/?lp=true

Art of the American West by American artist Frederic Remington. Living from 1861 to 1919 he drew a lot of cowboys but did other things too.

"On the Head-Waters--Burgess Finding a Ford."  ca. 1893.
“On the Head-Waters–Burgess Finding a Ford.” First serving as a study for an illustration accompanying “Policing the Yellowstone” in Harper’s Weekly on January 12, 1895, it was later used as a chapter illustration in Remington’s anthology “Pony Tracks.” ca. 1893. Watercolor on paper. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In the public domain. via https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/11861
"Return of the Blackfoot War Party." 1887.
“Return of the Blackfoot War Party.” 1887. Oil on canvas. Collection of the American Museum of Western Art, Denver. In the public domain. via http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/detail.php?ID=120825
"On the Southern Plains." 1907.
“On the Southern Plains.” 1907. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In the public domain. via https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/11867.
“The Episode of the Buffalo Hunt." 1895.
“The Episode of the Buffalo Hunt.” 1895. Oil on canvas. In the public domain. via https://www.travelingexhibits.org/exhibits/frederic-remington-traveling-exhibit-p976/