Visit the Cellar!

The Cellar Image of the Day is just a section of a larger web community: bright folks talking about everything. The Cellar is the original coffeeshop with no coffee and no shop. Founded in 1990, The Cellar is one of the oldest communities on the net. Join us at the table if you like!

What's IotD?

The interesting, amazing, or mind-boggling images of our days.

IotD Stuff

ARCHIVES - over 13 years of IotD!
About IotD

Permalink Latest Image

Oct 17th, 2018 : Mosquito trap

Recent Images

Oct 16th, 2018: Faces Below
Oct 15th, 2018: Chateau Artisan
Oct 14th, 2018: Whole World In Your Hands
Oct 13th, 2018: Oddly Tall Bike – Zebra
Oct 12th, 2018: British Houseboats
Oct 11th, 2018: Bee Whisperer
Oct 8, 2018: Alternative Limb Project

The CELLAR Tip Mug
Some folks who have noticed IotD

Mental Floss
Boing Boing
GruntDoc's Blog
No Quarters
Making Light
Church of the Whale Penis
Sailor Coruscant

Link to us and we will try to find you after many months!

Common image haunts

Astro Pic of the Day
Earth Sci Pic of the Day
We Make Money Not Art
Strange New Products
Geisha Asobi Blog
Cute animals blog (in Russian)
Yahoo Most Emailed

Please avoid copyrighted images (or get permission) when posting!


Philadelphia Pawn Shop
The best real estate agent in Montgomery County
The best T.38 Fax provider
Epps Beverages and Beer, Limerick, PA
Sal's Pizza, Elkins Park
Burholme Auto Body, Philadelphia
Coles Tobacco, Pottstown
ERM Auto Service, Glenside
Glenside Collision
Moorehead Catering, Trappe
Salon 153, Bala
Dominicks Auto Body, Phoenixville

   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Jul 5 07:14 PM

July 6th, 2015: Hair Bracelet

This bracelet worn by Charlotte Bronte, woven from the hair of her two sisters, Anne and Emily.
Of course all three sisters were famous in literary circles and the bane of high school students.

Part of the body yet easy to separate from it, hair retained its luster long after the rest of the person decayed.
Portable, with a shine like certain gems or metals, hair moved easily from being an ornamental feature of the
body to being an ornament worn by others.

By the 1840s, hair jewelry had become so fashionable that advertisements for hair artisans, designers, and
hairworkers ran in newspapers, and magazines printed a sea of articles on the minute particulars of the fad.
The London jeweler Antoni Forrer, a well-known professional hairworker in the 1840s, had fifty workers fully
employed at his Regent Street store.

At the Great Exhibition, around eleven displays of the art garnered glowing reviews, including pictures
embroidered in hair of Queen Victoria, the Prince of Wales, and the Hamburgh Exchange.
A tall vase “composed entirely of human hair” and a “horn filled with artificial flowers in human hair,
representing the horn of plenty,” were other impressive exhibits.

footfootfoot  Sunday Jul 5 09:07 PM

hair bracelets - for the semi-penitent Catholic

BigV  Wednesday Jul 8 10:12 PM


Gravdigr  Thursday Jul 9 04:31 PM


Your reply here?

The Cellar Image of the Day is just a section of a larger web community: a bunch of interesting folks talking about everything. Add your two cents to IotD by joining the Cellar.