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  • Ann Randleas

    Queen Elizabeth's Bible Cover

  • Alice Waters

    Queen Elizabeth's Bible. Detailed Drawing of Embroidery. Use this to make book cover for Mary as dissertation gift.

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Lavish gold & white beadwork encrusts this ivory evening dress worn by Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to Paris in 1957.

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Carol Walker ........... using nets. This makes me want to do Mermaids.