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Choose from 90 pictures in our Fashion collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation. Princess Fazil, sent to Holland Featured Fashion Print

Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation. Princess Fazil, sent to Holland

Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation.
Princess Fazil, sent to Holland to complete her education, was the despair of her mistresses, displaying no desire to learn Dutch, but being always eager to show them how the temple maidens dance in Java. Through friends in Paris she obtained an engagement at Olympia where her remarkable performance has again proved that Europe can learn much from the East.
30 September 1927

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Twin sisters to Stockholm, who perfectly illustrate the Swedish type of beauty Featured Fashion Print

Twin sisters to Stockholm, who perfectly illustrate the Swedish type of beauty

Twin sisters to Stockholm, who perfectly illustrate the Swedish type of beauty.
The Misses Ericson, of Stockholm, the beautiful twin sisters who, according to Professor Goodwin, illustrate every feature for which Sweden 's fair daughters are famous.
3 July 1922

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A little known industry in Essex. A Centuries old industry is being carried on in Featured Fashion Print

A little known industry in Essex. A Centuries old industry is being carried on in

A little known industry in Essex.
A Centuries old industry is being carried on in the cottages at Coggeshall where Tambour Lace is still made by the villagers for the London Market.
Mr and Mrs Bartrolomew at work. Mrs Bartholomew has been employed at lace making since 9 years of age to her present age of 68.
14 November 1919

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