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  • Rezzan Akın

    Jessie Newbery applique and embroidery on linen detail of Art Deco pattern __ Arts and Crafts era.

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Century Embroidery, Linens Details, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Pattern, Newbery Appliques, Craftsman Style, Crafts Embroidery, Arts And Crafts, Jessie Newbery

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