- 1. Miser’s Purses
- (Telling stories with clothes)
- ... hues were common in the late nineteenth century, after chemist William Henry Perkins discovered mauvine, a pink-purple aniline dye, in 1856. Miser’s purse, American, late 19th century Silk crochet, steel ...
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