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Hopalong Cassidy Bedspread Medium Brown Fits A Full Queen Size | eBay

Hopalong Cassidy Bedspread Medium Brown Fits A Full Queen Size | eBay

detail of embroidery from dress - wool & silk - late 1870's - Metropolitan Museum of Art

detail of embroidery from dress - wool & silk - late 1870's - Metropolitan Museum of Art

antique lace and sheer remnants quilted - beautiful in a window! [this reminds me of clothing by Robin Brown of Magnolia Pearl]

antique lace and sheer remnants quilted - beautiful in a window! [this reminds me of clothing by Robin Brown of Magnolia Pearl]

Persian rugs: Persian rug (antique) rug in brown color, oriental rug, oriental pattern for modern, elegant interior decor, rug in living room #rug #persianrug

Persian rugs: Persian rug (antique) rug in brown color, oriental rug, oriental pattern for modern, elegant interior decor, rug in living room #rug #persianrug

Textile fragment, Coptic Egypt, 3rd–4th century - Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Textile fragment, Coptic Egypt, 3rd–4th century - Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Detail button, coat, France, 1775. Brown silk velvet, richely embroidered with naturalistic floral motifs.

Detail button, coat, France, 1775. Brown silk velvet, richely embroidered with naturalistic floral motifs.

Silk textile sample by an unknown designer for Wiener Werkstatte, 1910–28

Silk textile sample by an unknown designer for Wiener Werkstatte, 1910–28

Textile Date: 13th century Geography: Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; warp faced plain weave Accession Number: 47.15

Textile Date: 13th century Geography: Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; warp faced plain weave Accession Number: 47.15

Child's Shoes  Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States    1790    Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by Mary Locksley, American (Philadelphia).    Dark green leather, bound with ecru linen ribbon; Lined with light brown plain weave linen; medium brown leather soles  6 x 2 inches (15.2 x 5.1 cm)

Child's Shoes Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 1790 Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by Mary Locksley, American (Philadelphia). Dark green leather, bound with ecru linen ribbon; Lined with light brown plain weave linen; medium brown leather soles 6 x 2 inches (15.2 x 5.1 cm)

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