Fashion & Textiles
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Hakarit rubber heels advertising sign

Advertising sign for Hakarit rubber heels in Prague. Year: Designer: Source: Goran Patlejch

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Fashionable Buttons glass buttons on card

Glass buttons on illustrated card made in Czechoslovakia c. 1920s. Year: c. 1920s Designer: Manufacturer: La Mode (?) Source: Allie C.

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Latest Fashion glass buttons on card

Glass buttons on illustrated card made in Czechoslovakia c. 1920s. Year: c. 1920s Designer: Manufacturer: Latest Fashion (?) Source: Allie C.

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Bead embroidered handbag

Vintage bead embroidered handbag from Czechoslovakia. Year: Designer: Source: Diana Grygo

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Child’s traditional costume (kroj) 1932

Czechoslovak traditional child’s costume (kroj) from the village of Malenovice. Date: c. 1932-3 Designer: Source: CJH Museum Collections

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Koh-i-noor snap fasteners packaging

Set of vintage Koh-i-noor snap-fasteners, made for the Dutch market by the Czechoslovak company Waldes (renamed Koh-i-noor in 1939 after it’s leading brand). Year: c. 1930s (?) Designer: Manufacturer: Koh-i-noor Source: Goran Patlejch

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