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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1943/1949
Creator: Daché, Lilly
Description: Glove of pale blue-gray cotton with green undertone. Hands have seams on outside; running stitch of same color; wrists widen and dip in V shape on thumb side; pinkie finger side of wrist features a large scalloped edge. Label sewn in right glove: "Gloves / Designed by / Lilly Dache", with "7" in a circle indicating size.
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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1927/1939
Creator: Aris Glove Company
Description: Gloves of light off white kid leather with brown piping. Hands have 3 darts outlined with brown thread on top; wrist portion extends almost to elbow; triangular inserts of same leather with tiny circles punched out lays over brown leather create full trumpet shaped wrist opening; vent at bottom wrist near hand with 2 pearl button closures. Stamped inside of left glove: "Made in Saxony"; "9468"; "V T ES / 1445"; "ARIS" (logo within arch); "US PAT / AUG 22 '27" Stamped inside of right glove: "6"; "US PAT / SEPT 19'22"' "3126 / 8"; "9468"
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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1950~
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of gloves of white cotton. The plain, daytime gloves are wrist-length. Retailer's label sewn inside: "Made in Western Germany / expressly for / Neiman-Marcus / 100% Cotton"
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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1955~
Creator: Fare, Roger
Description: Pair of gloves of tan suede. The wrist-length gloves are plain, with hand-stitching. Size/Designer Label stamped inside: "7 / Made in France / by / Roger Fare" Retailer Label: "Neiman-Marcus / Made in France"
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A God of the Sea

A God of the Sea

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Date: unknown
Creator: Donatello
Description: The patina on the head is black and the man's gaze is straight up and to the subject's right. The man has a full head of longish hair and a mustache and beard. He appears about middle age. The head is mounted on a cylindrical pedestal base.
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A God of the Sea

A God of the Sea

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Date: unknown
Creator: Donatello
Description: The head is realistically rendered. The man has longish hair and a mustache and beard. The head is mounted on a cylindrical base and the man appears to be about middle age.
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Goddess of the Farnese Collection

Goddess of the Farnese Collection

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The full-length statue is clothed in drapery with her weight on her left leg. She wears a crown and holds her right hand outward, palm up. The view of the statue is from the front. The marble is a warm creamy color.
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Goddess of the Farnese Collection

Goddess of the Farnese Collection

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The view of the female statue is from left. The many folds of the draped clothing are visible. The statue's right hand is outreached with palm upward. Her left hand hangs loosely at her side with something lightly held in her hand. The pleats and gathers of the sleeve face the viewer. Her hair is wavy and held in place by her crown.
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Gold Rhyton

Gold Rhyton

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Date: -0600/-0301
Creator: unknown
Description: Total from left of Gold Rhyton sculpture. From the Ancient Near Eastern Period.
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

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Date: 1933/1937
Creator: Strauss, Joseph Baermann; Morrow, Irving; Moisseiff, Leon & Ellis, Charles Alton
Description: The view is from the bridge and cars as well as pedestrians are shown. One of the vertical towers is clearly shown as are the many suspension cables running the length of the bridge.
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