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Ristorante vegetariano - Palermo - E' cotta

Ristorante vegetariano - Palermo - E' cotta

Printed Surplice Romper With Ruffle Hem Printed Surplice Romper With Ruffle Hem

Printed Surplice Romper With Ruffle Hem Printed Surplice Romper With Ruffle Hem

Cap ca. 1860 Black lace became very fashionable from about the 1850s. The trend was reinforced by the Empress Eugénie of France, who loved wearing lace and particularly favoured black. Black silk bobbin lace was a major part of production in northern France.

Cap ca. 1860 Black lace became very fashionable from about the 1850s. The trend was reinforced by the Empress Eugénie of France, who loved wearing lace and particularly favoured black. Black silk bobbin lace was a major part of production in northern France.

Handkerchief made in Italy ca 1600. Linen with cut work, needle lace and embroidery. Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London

Handkerchief made in Italy ca 1600. Linen with cut work, needle lace and embroidery. Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London

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