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    1580 Allessandro Allori. Pocket and pretty apron.

    • Marianne de Eli

      Alessandro Allori ca1580 Woman at her toilette. Pocket, apron with lace, laces attaching bodice to skirt?

    • Donna Morgan

      Alessandro Allori (detail), 1575-1578, by Alessandro Allori (Italian, 1535–1607) (16th century waist pocket)

    • Vittoria Johnston

      "Woman at her toilet", detail, ca. 1575-78, Alessandro Allori (Santa Maria Novella, Florence

    • Claerenore

      STAYS? POCKET, Woman at her toilette, from a fresco by Alessandro Allori, ca. 1580

    • Elin Hansdotter

      Alessandro Allori, dated 1575-1578 (16th century waist pocket)

    • Sunny Briscoe

      Unboned stays, c. 1580 based on fresco by Alessandro Allori

    • Ximena Ramirez

      Fresco painted by Alessandro Allori, dated 1575-1578

    • The Tailor's Apprentice

      1580 Allessandro Allori. Pocket and pretty apron.

    • Jan Kadletz

      Alessandro Allori woman at her toilet - 1575-8

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