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  • Textiles. Robe. Unknown English maker. Brocade, cream and pink stripes, with a spray of carnation and smaller flowers on the cream. Long pocket slits, on the underside are eyes with tapes running through them to draw the skirt into a Polonaise. Probably Spitalfields silk of mid 18th century but construction of robe later. Brocade, 1770-1780.
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