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x2 http://www.brizo.com/bath/tresa/lavatory-faucets/65536LF-RB.html#.Vjwy3GRY6ko
Oh, and what does the fabric feel like? This one is similar but reads older, I think: https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/historical-memorabilia/hand-sewn-13-star-flag-banner/id-f_2576812/
@SpooPoker the only thing I can say for sure right now is that I WANT it. My gut feeling is early 1900s--WWI or II. Quick research shows it's most likely naval: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ensign_of_the_United_States as they used 13 star flags into the 1900s. From the pictures it looks mostly machine sewn--is there any hand stitching? If I were forced to guess from what I know right now, I'd say it hung in a naval office, was used in a ceremony, or was made as a gift...
Painting by Sam Newton, a Florida Highwayman Awesome vintage matchbox from the museum of natural history in France, with a tile by raymonde leduc on top Woodblock print by Sabra Field Still life by Robert Wee
Beautiful. More pictures may help, but even if they don't, I still want to see more pictures.My guess is contemporary, last 40 years or so.
Psh, try ordering a wallet at Herm├Ęs.
CJ - That was quick... I think I'm gonna open a mini quilt shop... Raleigh in my size x2, Yamamoto, and pure cashmere Zegna cream dinner jacket
Leave no stone unturned...
Any style Stubbs slipper is easy money at regular thrift prices. I'd skip over almost all the slides, mules, and regular shoes.
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