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For the Psychiatrist's Couch.  Melancholy Pillow.

For the Psychiatrist's Couch. Melancholy Pillow.

Marie Antoinette Monogram Lace. Pattern for lace or embroidery from a design dating to the 16th Century. Intersecting letters M and A surrounded by laurel and topped by a crown. During the 18th Century, Marie Antoinette would also use an overlapping M and A under a crown in a monogram design very similar to this one. In the background is a pattern with a phoenix motif.

Marie Antoinette Monogram Lace. Pattern for lace or embroidery from a design dating to the 16th Century. Intersecting letters M and A surrounded by laurel and topped by a crown. During the 18th Century, Marie Antoinette would also use an overlapping M and A under a crown in a monogram design very similar to this one. In the background is a pattern with a phoenix motif.

Alice in wonderland pillow

Alice in wonderland pillow

French Medieval Blue and White Fleur de Lys Pillow - Pre Renaissance Design

French Medieval Blue and White Fleur de Lys Pillow - Pre Renaissance Design

Coussin Comptoir du Bonheur

Coussin Comptoir du Bonheur

Elegant Black and White Art Deco Damask Decorative Pillow.   This original design by Divine Damask won a Zazzle Today's Best Award on April 24, 2012.

Elegant Black and White Art Deco Damask Decorative Pillow. This original design by Divine Damask won a Zazzle Today's Best Award on April 24, 2012.

© L'Atelier d'Aston

© L'Atelier d'Aston

Black and White Art Deco Pillow

Black and White Art Deco Pillow

A British reverend’s daughter named Barbara Johnson (1738-1825) kept a meticulous diary of the fabrics she used and details of the garments she made with them. The original diary is now a part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection. It was reproduced in the 1980s and published under the title A Lady of Fashion: Barbara Johnson’s Album of Styles and Fabrics.

A British reverend’s daughter named Barbara Johnson (1738-1825) kept a meticulous diary of the fabrics she used and details of the garments she made with them. The original diary is now a part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection. It was reproduced in the 1980s and published under the title A Lady of Fashion: Barbara Johnson’s Album of Styles and Fabrics.

Medieval Jester from Illuminated Manuscript

Medieval Jester from Illuminated Manuscript

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