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03 December 2019

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They are indeed lovely! What a create person. At first I thought it was a she that created them and of course it probably was, but wouldn't be interesting if it actually was a "he"?

OH MY GOSH...lovely breath taking beautiful and JUST OUTSTANDING.....on my best day I could never accomplish something like this! WHAT A FIND …..What a treasure!

Beautiful
Much love

The collection deserves an exhibition. Incredible.

Are you selling them?

These are great! Beautiful glimpse into someone’s creativity.💕

Hi, Corey. My sister just lent me a book titled, "The Paris Seamstresses". The heroines are part of the design world of fashion. The time is World War II, though. They started out sketching the famous designers and giving their employers these designs as spinoffs. I was up until late last night reading it and this morning, here is your "fashion show". Although the writing is average, the story itself is fabulous. Thank you for giving me a glimpse of just how talented someone was and the intrigue of wondering about the "story" behind these amazing pieces of design, handicraft and beauty behind each piece. The signature on the right side of the bride may be a clue. As I age, coincidences like this occur nearly every day. They make life so much fun. This one is going on my list. Have a wonderful holiday time!

These are, indeed, lovely constructions. It makes me wonder if young women (or men?)of today would allow themselves the kind of time it would require to make these gorgeous constructions, with so many other media distractions available to them. I think people had so much more available time on their hands in years past. How wonderful of you to have preserved the efforts and imagination of the person who made these creations. Thank you for bringing them to light!

Just lovely!

Ah, these are so detailed and beautiful. What patience and fine eye for detail this artist had. Corey, though you must miss CA very much, know that you bring joy and wonder to so many of us through your postings such as this. You are well appreciated by many across the globe though you cannot see us. Thank you, dear one!

Absolutely phenomenal!!!
So glad you stumbled upon them and were able to buy them.
i am inspired. Thank you for sharing! xoxo jody

These are simply wonderful! Thanks for sharing them with us.

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