Fans of Lady Violet (and who isn't?) will proudly keep their keys on this Violet Dowager quotes keychain ($8).
Your home may not have the grandeur of Downton Abbey, but it can at least smell like it with this Edwardian fireplace candle ($34)!
Get the real-life history as well as behind-the-scenes tidbits on the show in The World of Downton Abbey ($30).
It's possible you'd see a Victorian hand mirror ($32) like this one sitting in the bed chambers of the Crawley sisters.
This funny and cute Sybil Crawley print ($16) celebrates the suffragette of the family.
I could totally see Lady Mary wearing this Black cloche ($98) with an emerald-green and polka-dot feather accent.
Any fan of the series will love whipping up a meal downstairs-style with this The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook ($22).
Ladies looking to channel their inner Mary will appreciate this pretty Lady Mary print ($25).
Those looking to add Downton flair to their own humble estate could use this gorgeous vine gardener mirror ($498).
This hand-drawn Downton mug ($17) is perfect for sipping tea as you watch.
This minimalist Grantham sisters print ($17) would make fun wall decor for those aspiring to be a Grantham girl.
Those intrigued by the history of the show will love learning about the residents of Highclere Castle — the real-life inspiration for Downton Abbey — in Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey ($16).
A pearl pendant ($500) make a great accessory for a long dinner, as we've seen on Downton Abbey.
These "I love you more than Downton" cards ($5) convey a true compliment when coming from a diehard fan.
An extravagant birds of prey fascinator ($188) is sure to delight a Downton-phile.
These peg doll ornaments ($20) are fashioned after Robert, Earl of Grantham, and Cora, Countess of Grantham. They'd be perfect for a fan's Christmas tree!
Dress your home in lace worthy of a Crawley with this doily rug ($348–$798).
This lace parasol ($32) is reminiscent of the ones carried by the women of Downton.
The newly released Downton Abbey soundtrack ($15) features all the music we love from the show.
With the "Free Mr. Bates" button ($7), a Downton fan can protest the injustice of John Bate's imprisonment.