E.W. Thomason by marcia
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'E.W. Walker School' by Geo E. Miller Graphic Art by Wayfair
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The Grapes | Limehouse | London Artist - E.W. Haselhust 1866-1949 Bookplate depicting pre-WWI London by Aleksandra Radovanovic
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Aleksandra Radovanovic The Grapes | Limehouse | London Artist - E.W. Haselhust 1866-1949 Bookplate depicting pre-WWI London
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'In the Teeth of the Blizzard' by E.W. Lenders Painting Print on Canvas by Wayfair
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Wayfair 'In the Teeth of the Blizzard' by E.W. Lenders Painting Print on Canvas
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'In The Teeth of The Blizzard' by E.W. Lenders Framed Painting Print by Wayfair
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'In the Teeth of the Blizzard' by E.W. Lenders Framed Painting Print by Wayfair
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Wayfair 'In the Teeth of the Blizzard' by E.W. Lenders Framed Painting Print
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Rosenthal Bavaria E.W. Donath Studio Fuchsia Motif Plate (Signed "Kitt" for Joseph R. Kitler/c.1906-1928) by lakisha
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lakisha Rosenthal Bavaria E.W. Donath Studio Fuchsia Motif Plate (Signed "Kitt" for Joseph R. Kitler/c.1906-1928)
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Earrings and brooch, by Edward Burr, American, ca. 1836-50. Gold, pearls, diamonds, enamel. Markings:  Imprinted inside lid of box : E.W. by melanie graff
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melanie graff Earrings and brooch, by Edward Burr, American, ca. 1836-50. Gold, pearls, diamonds, enamel. Markings: Imprinted inside lid of box : E.W.
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Liberty & Co., Dress, about 1894, made for a member of the Liberty family.  The dress department at Liberty, which opened in 1884 with the guidance of the Aesthetic designer E.W. Godwin, encouraged women to dress ‘artistically’ and wear loose fitting, medieval inspired costumes that made them look as though they had just stepped out of a Pre-Raphaelite painting. by graciela
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graciela Liberty & Co., Dress, about 1894, made for a member of the Liberty family. The dress department at Liberty, which opened in 1884 with the guidance of the Aesthetic designer E.W. Godwin, encouraged women to dress ‘artistically’ and wear loose fitting, medieval inspired costumes that made them look as though they had just stepped out of a Pre-Raphaelite painting.
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