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  • Galina Bessonova

    Woman's dress | Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots | England, circa 1805-1810 | Philadelphia Museum of Art

  • Ivanka Lee

    A regency era women’s dress from England circa 1805 to 1810. The silk is a embroidered with elaborate flower motifs. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Accession Number: 1990-90-1

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