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British Islands, II-III c. British Museum

British Islands, II-III c. British Museum

Evening dress, ca. 1938  Mainbocher, Black silk taffeta embroidered with metallic thread, sequins, and beads

Evening dress, ca. 1938 Mainbocher (American, Black silk taffeta embroidered with metallic thread, sequins, and beads. Cecil Beaton photographed the Duchess of Windsor wearing this dress for British Vogue in

Robert Peake the Elder: Princess Elizabeth (1596-1662), Later Queen of Bohemia (51.194.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Click through for large details

Princess Elizabeth Later Queen of Bohemia Robert Peake the Elder (British, ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Poulaine of brown archaeological leather excavated from a site on the Thames. For men from the 14th C to the mid-15th C.. The long, exaggerated points  were often stuffed with moss or other materials for support. They were sometimes decoratively slashed or embossed.

Shoe circa 1300 - part of a larger collection of objects excavated from an archaeological site on the Thames River in London.

Colour photo of Princess Elizabeth, in the Nizam of Hydrabad tiara, 1951 tour of Canada

HM Queen Elizabeth II Canada tour She's wearing the Nizam of Hyderabad tiara (now dismantled), the Diplomatic Corps diamond floral earrings, and the Greville ruby bandeau necklace.ELIZABETH LOOKS SO NICE HERE.

Be not amaz'd Dear Mother - It is indeed your Daughter Anne.  Satire: a farmer's wife come to town starts back in horror at seeing her daughter dressed as a macaroni with high hair and hat perching on top; her black page boy holds her lap-dog. 1774  Hand-coloured mezzotint

Satire: a farmer's wife come to town starts back in horror at seeing her daughter dressed as a macaroni with high hair and hat perching on top; her black page boy holds her lap-dog;

15th century Venetian velvet plaque belt- striped velvet! - British Museum

Venetian velvet plaque belt - with heraldic belt ends, Late Century. British Museum of London. MLA Plus others. And how to cast buckles, etc.

Suffolk, Great Britain, end of IV c. British Museum

Suffolk, Great Britain, end of IV c.

This is Versailles: Look-Book: Louis XV - Ladies

Sack back gown ca. 1760 Sack back gown Place of origin: Great Britain, united kingdom Materials and Techniques: Silk, trimmed with silk cord, braid and ribbon, lined with linen

Fragment of an Orphrey Date: 13th century Culture: British Medium: Linen ground, worked in colored silks and gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 9 1/4 x 5 3/4in. (23.5 x 14.6cm) Accession Number: 17.77 Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fragment of an Orphrey Date: century Culture: British Medium: Linen ground, worked in colored silks and gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 5 x Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

"La caza de aves entre papiros", fresco procedente de la Tumba de Nebamum (dinastía XVIII- s. XV a.C) Imperio Nuevo.

Neb-Amun hunting in the marshes, fragment of a scene from the tomb-chapel of Neb-Amun. Thebes, Egypt, late dynasty, around British Museum

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Elizabeth Stuart, Electress Palatine (later Queen of Bohemia) and holding the leading strings of her son Frederick Henry, pen and ink over graphite on vellum, The British Museum 1615

Suffolk, Great Britain, end of IV c. British Museum

Suffolk, Great Britain, end of IV c.

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