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  • ... objects. Especially lovelyare a group of Tartar robes, with highly ornate embroidery. Also interesting is a group ofchina figures depicting the costumes of the ...e, specializing in wearable art and Russian folk jewelry. Handmade Russian lace isavailable in most gift shops, including the above two, but the biggest se
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  • ...ginates. It is about 7" x 9",apparently of cotton, with metal beads, metal lace & sequins. Please if you can identify it."''' I continue to receivean amaz ...thwest Afghanistan on the edge of the Dasht-i-Margo (Desert of Death). The embroidery is pretty typical ofMiddle Eastern patterns that I've seen, from Palestine
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  • ...2/12/1204_021204_Shoelaces.html Tying Shoes: Math May Make Case for How We Lace] ...eryPage=index.php&themeback=1 Gallery of Costume - Mules with Metal Thread Embroidery 1660-1670]
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  • ...embroidery, braids, knitting, military regalia,trimmings, ropes, cords and lace surface decoration.The majority of Lurex® fibers have a polyamide film cov
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  • ...wn of the hat. The other was a flat oval with a decorative edge and floral embroidery. This piece was cut in the center and sewn to the other piece to form a dec ... a circle of cloth to give it the scoop shape of early bonnets, then green lace was sewn inside the "brim" to make a lining.
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  • ...2a.jpg|frameless|border]] No 2 Large lace andstraw hat with flat cloth and embroidery applique ..., softcloche hat made of silk ribbon strips stitched on a base of gathered lace
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  • ...2a.jpg|frameless|border]] No 2 Large lace andstraw hat with flat cloth and embroidery applique ..., softcloche hat made of silk ribbon strips stitched on a base of gathered lace
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  • '''16th Century Lace Plates from "A History of Lace" by Mrs. Bury Palliser'''
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  • ...en.blogspot.com/ The Needles Excellency An Historically Focused Needlework/Embroidery Blog] ...renaissancedyeing.com/ Renaissance Dyeing, Naturally hand dyed wool crewel embroidery thread.]
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: 17th Century Lace '''17th Century Lace
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  • [[History100pages17thfabric|Sewing And Needlework17th Century Fabric and Lace from Speltz' "Styles of Ornament"]] ==Lace==
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: 18th Century Embroidery '''18th Century Embroidery'''
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  • The dominant pattern of the1720's was then the so called "lace" pattern which used florals in symmetricaldesigns of a more subtle nature. ''"Lace" textile patterns''
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: 18th Century Lace '''18th Century Lace'''
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  • ...ique-lace.com/categories/Museum_Date_1.htm@160x120.jpg [http://www.antique-lace.com/categories/Museum_Date_1.htm archive clothing 1700-1837] ...6604@160x120.jpg [http://www.gtj.org.uk/en/item1/26604 Man’s coat, yellow lace pattern silk brocade with elaborate floral and leaf motifs, c. 1725 [image
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  • ...thecostumersmani The Ladies' Self Instructor in Millinery & Mantua Making, Embroidery & Applique (1853 : Illustrated With the Original Engravings and Additional ...etail/-/B00030M40Q/thecostumersmani Romantic Battenburg Lace Parasol with Embroidery in Beige]
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  • ... [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1t8sPm_aIM&feature=related YouTube - The lace up corset a slideshow of French postcards etc] ...atch?v=QEGwDuGBfR0@160x120.jpg [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEGwDuGBfR0 Embroidery; or The Art Of the Needle 1907 - Google Book SearchYouTube - Mode en France
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  • [[History100pages1911lace|Modern Lace & Embroidery Exhibit in L'Exposition des Arts de la Femme, at the Musee des Arts Decorat .../collection/itempage.jsp?itemid=11250 Digital Collection - 1916-1920 Black Lace Dress]
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  • ... Arts de la Femme, at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, 1911 '''Modern Lace & Embroidery Exhibit in L'Exposition des Arts de la Femme, at the Museedes Arts Decorati [[History100pagesLacelinks|Lace & Needlework Links]]
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  • ...sed 2nd Edition With Price Guide]] Lace, a Guide to Identification of Old Lace Types and Techniques: Revised 2nd Edition With Price Guide .../www.amazon.com/Lace-History-Santina-Levey/dp/090128615X/thecostumersmani Lace A History Books Santina Levey]
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