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Sleeves

Materials, embroidery

Sleeves

Skirts

Dresses

Coats

Veiled woman with striped jacket

Hats

Fashionable ladies.

Busts

Hats -- Headdresses

Busts

Blouses and ensembles

Shoes

Headdress

Woman in red dress and patterned robe

Hats, coiffures

Fabrics

Coiffures

Cloths

Coats

Fabrics and embroidery

Adomments

Busts

Jewels and trinkets

Hats

Jewellery

Jewels

Blouses

Shoes

Sleeves

Embroidered garments

Mantles

Blouses

Skirts, stripes

Fashionable ladies

Fashionable women

Fashionable ladies

Fashionable ladies

Costumes

Coiffures

[Woman in a gray dress wearing a veil.]

Fashionable ladies.

Materials

Jewels

Shoes

Cloaks

Dresses

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The European costumes : Central Europe, Germany, Russia.

Fashionable ladies

Woman with parasol

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The comfortable costumes of the Gauls.

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The European costumes : France.

Sleeves

Hats and headgears

Coats

Fashionable ladies

Coats

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The Roman costumes and its fine lines.

Dresses

Dresses

Jewels

Sleeves

Cloaks

Shoes

Sleeves

Jewels

Jewels, adomments

Busts

Sleeves

Headdresses

Materials, fabrics

Skirts

Coiffures

Dresses

Sleeves

Ladies of fashion

Shoes

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The luxurious Assyrian costumes.

Gowns

Coats

Fashionable ladies

The history of the feminine costume of the world. Old and modern Egyptian costumes.

Jewels, adomments

Skirts

Busts

Ladies of fashion

Coats

Coats

Sleeves

Skirts & embroidery

Skirts

Materials

Parments, busts

Jewels, trinkets

Materials

Blouses and ensembles

Woman wearing a green skirt, striped apron and orange jacket

Headdresses and hats

Shoes

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