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KEYWORDS / TITLE  boot with lace  BRIEF DESCRIPTION  Boot to the knight's costume, Karl XIII's words.  NAME  Owner :Edward Martin of Edholm  Owner :Carl Adolf Manderstrom  Donors :Louise JC Manor born by Edholm  DATING  1808-1913  OTHER KEYWORDS  boot  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY  27,349 (31:8: a)

KEYWORDS / TITLE boot with lace BRIEF DESCRIPTION Boot to the knight's costume, Karl XIII's words. NAME Owner :Edward Martin of Edholm Owner :Carl Adolf Manderstrom Donors :Louise JC Manor born by Edholm DATING 1808-1913 OTHER KEYWORDS boot COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY 27,349 (31:8: a)

Fabric sample books from Samuel Philips And Company, Manchester, England, Fustian and Cotton Manufacturers. Set includes swatches #44-183 in one booklet, 184-316 in another, and 317-362 in a third. Mostly 1 x 2” swatches, brown fabrics, assorted types. Marked in ink, ”Manchester England 1771”. NHS 91.16.14

Image of Book, Sample: Fabric sample books from Samuel Philips And Company, 1771 Newport RI HIstorical Society

The New Phantom (Bustle) | V T.131C-1919  Note the method of attaching the tape to the wire!

The New Phantom (Bustle)

The New Phantom (Bustle) | V T.131C-1919 Note the method of attaching the tape to the wire!

L l'œuvre d'André Perugia, pour la collection Cirque de la maison Schiaparelli - en 1937-1938. Escarpin à haut talon et bout Aladin Création d'André Perugia France, 1937-1938

Perugia Shoes - 1937 - by André Perugia (French, Would love to wear with some kind of long mermaid-y green/blue dress with some kind of stripey jacket

Philadelphia Museum of Art | Our Story Staff Pick: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.  “Portrait of a Right Eye,” c. 1800, England

philamuseum: Staff Pick: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.

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