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  • Jessie Norden

    Antique evening mantle. Could probably make something like this by fashioning a neck and shoulders pattern in the same vein as making a corset pattern.

  • Anna VanDemark

    Historical clothing

  • Johanne

    Evening mantle from Le Bon Marché department store, 1900 France, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Emerald green evening mantle with black jet beading and diamante trim, cream chiffon and lace lining. Labeled: “Au Bon Marché, Maison A. Boucicaut, Paris.”

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