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    Not just any sleeve! Detail of British silk, wool and cotton evening dress, ca. 1835 @Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    c1835 British Silk, Wool and Cotton Evening Dress sleeve detail

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    Evening dress Date: ca. 1835 Culture: British Medium: silk, wool, cotton

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