A JAPANESE FAIRY FROM FAIRY-LAND JAPAN
Ca.1920 by an unknown photographer. Probably a TAKARAZUKA GIRL, if she had been born only 30 years earlier, she might have become a talented Geisha. Although my photo title paints her as a Japanese 'Tinkerbell", as flickr poster Muiz Anwar points out below, she is a BEE, and not a "Fairy". On the other hand, Okinawa Soba never guarantees that my Titles are accurate.
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Humboldt County Commercial Photographer Matt Knowles
Matt Knowles has been providing commercial photography to Humboldt county businesses since 1996. Whether its product photography needed for a web site or catalog, or architectural photography for realtors and lodging facilities, we will provide you with the quality photography your business needs.
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1920's 34 bust brown cut velvet gown | Etsy
1920's 34" bust brown cut velvet gown, lined in chartreuse silk. Top of gown, is long and straight, sleeveless,with a plain scooped neckline. A flutter piece of same cut velvet is at left arm hole. A wide band of brown velvet encircles top of hips. Brown velvet bow and flutter piece is draped at left side of gown. No fasteners, gown drops over head. Measurements: bust 34" top of hip 32" shoulder to shoulder 16" shoulder to hip 17" shoulder to hem 39" bottom hip 38" neck opening 11"…