Group portrait of young women posed with field hockey sticks. Ca. 1910. Do not mess with these chicks.
- Dated: 18th - 19th century
- Culture: Indian
- Measurements: overall length 35 cm
The dagger has bone or antler grips and characteristic flared pommel. It features a recurved, double-edged blade with central ridge and armor-piercing tip.
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Tiffany & Co., Smith and Wesson, .44 Single Action Revolver, 1888. Steel, silver.
Black and cream dovetail striped dinner dress with cream and black lace at neck, front and trimming the set in straight sleeves. Black glass faceted buttons at front. Full length skirt with central pleated cream silk panel and black ribbon detail.
National Trust Collections
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