Nadia Sawalha and Julia Sawalha

Arabia 3D - UK film premiere held at the BFI IMAX.

Julia Sawalha-can't believe this is Saffy from Absolutely Fabulous!

Julia Sawalha-can't believe this is Saffy from Absolutely Fabulous!

Julia Sawalha flaunts cleavage at Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie premiere | Daily Mail Online

Julia Sawalha flaunts cleavage at Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie premiere | Daily Mail Online

Julia Sawalha, loved her as Saffron on Absolutely Fabulous

Julia Sawalha, loved her as Saffron on Absolutely Fabulous

Here come the girls: Julia Sawalha, who plays Eddie's long-suffering daughter Saffy, was s...

Absolutely Fabulous cast celebrate the end of shooting

Here come the girls: Julia Sawalha, who plays Eddie's long-suffering daughter Saffy, was s...

Julia Sawalha, on being single

Julia Sawalha: 'I've learned so much from my mistakes'


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Rumi, Calligraphy is an ancient art of handwriting for which people took much pride in creating. This specific picture of a dancing man in traditional middle eastern garment consists of arab calligraphy.

GIOVANNI BOLDINI * 1842-1931 * Italy ~ France ▴ Artistic Accessories  - Women Sewing

GIOVANNI BOLDINI * 1842-1931 * Italy ~ France ▴ Artistic Accessories - Women Sewing

"The Courtesans,"c.2010 by American born Carla O' Connor. Awarded at the Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolor Biennial Exhibition

"The Courtesans,"c.2010 by American born Carla O' Connor. Awarded at the Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolor Biennial Exhibition

This is the history of the snood as posted on Wikipedia.  Although the word "Snood" dates back to Scottish history of 725, the American Civil War women still used the word "Hairnet" and European did adopt the word Snood.

This is the history of the snood as posted on Wikipedia. Although the word "Snood" dates back to Scottish history of 725, the American Civil War women still used the word "Hairnet" and European did adopt the word Snood.

Robert Frederick Blum (American artist, 1857–1903) The Lacemakers

Robert Frederick Blum (American artist, 1857–1903) The Lacemakers

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