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Image of 0002.227.001 - Tortoise Shell Comb, c. 1800.  Tortoise shell comb is translucent brown and orange and has eight tines below an arched horizontal piece with flared edges.  Attached above the top are nine oval-shaped links of chain carved from the same material.

0002.227.001 - Tortoise Shell Comb, c. 1800. Tortoise shell comb is translucent brown and orange and has eight tines below an arched horizontal piece with flared edges. Attached above the top are nine oval-shaped links of chain carved from the same material.

Tortoise Shell Comb, c. 1800. Tortoise shell comb is translucent brown and orange and has eight tines below an arched horizontal piece with flared edges. Attached above the top are nine oval-shaped links of chain carved from the same material.

Image of 0002.227.007 - Black Lace Shawl, 1800. Hand appliqué shawl is made of black lace. Comprised of solid satiny fabric and tulle openwork, it has leaf/floral motifs throughout the inside and outside of the shawl and a scalloped edge.

0002.227.007 - Black Lace Shawl, 1800. Hand appliqué shawl is made of black lace. Comprised of solid satiny fabric and tulle openwork, it has leaf/floral motifs throughout the inside and outside of the shawl and a scalloped edge.

Black Lace Shawl, 1800. Hand appliqué shawl is made of black lace. Comprised of solid satiny fabric and tulle openwork, it has leaf/floral motifs throughout the inside and outside of the shawl and a scalloped edge.

Image of 1983.147.001 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black vertical stripes on three edged black appliqué borders in a diamond design. Has scalloped edges.

1983.147.001 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black vertical stripes on three edged black appliqué borders in a diamond design. Has scalloped edges.

Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black vertical stripes on three edged black appliqué borders in a diamond design. Has scalloped edges.

Image of 1983.147.002 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanic design with scalloped edges. Bottom portion is rectangular in shape with the top portion in a triangular shape.

1983.147.002 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanic design with scalloped edges. Bottom portion is rectangular in shape with the top portion in a triangular shape.

Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanic design with scalloped edges. Bottom portion is rectangular in shape with the top portion in a triangular shape.

Image of 1983.147.003 - Lace Yardage, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanical design.

1983.147.003 - Lace Yardage, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanical design.

Lace Yardage, n.d. Black tulle netting with black appliqué in a floral/botanical design.

Image of 1983.230.001 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with solid cotton floral/botanic design with looped edging. Scalloped edges. Center portion folded over and tacked down.

1983.230.001 - Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with solid cotton floral/botanic design with looped edging. Scalloped edges. Center portion folded over and tacked down.

Mantilla, n.d. Black tulle netting with solid cotton floral/botanic design with looped edging. Scalloped edges. Center portion folded over and tacked down.

Image of 1993.082.015 - "Our Lady of Guadalupe" framed painting of the Virgin Mary.  Female figure is depicted with palms pressed together, a blue robe draped over her shoulders and a crown on her head.  Eleven angels surround the figure and four insets, featuring Mary watching over people, are on each corner of the painting.  The painting is matted under glass, shadow-box style, in a decorative bronze metal frame with a woven pattern.

1993.082.015 - "Our Lady of Guadalupe" framed painting of the Virgin Mary. Female figure is depicted with palms pressed together, a blue robe draped over her shoulders and a crown on her head. Eleven angels surround the figure and four insets, featuring Mary watching over people, are on each corner of the painting. The painting is matted under glass, shadow-box style, in a decorative bronze metal frame with a woven pattern.

"Our Lady of Guadalupe" framed painting of the Virgin Mary. Female figure is depicted with palms pressed together, a blue robe draped over her shoulders and a crown on her head. Eleven angels surround the figure and four insets, featuring Mary watching over people, are on each corner of the painting. The painting is matted under glass, shadow-box style, in a decorative bronze metal frame with a woven pattern.

Image of 2015.037.019 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875.  Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with three tacks on the front and side of each stile and five tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

2015.037.019 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with three tacks on the front and side of each stile and five tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with three tacks on the front and side of each stile and five tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of t

Image of 2015.037.020 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875.  Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

2015.037.020 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the

Image of 2015.037.018 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875.  Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

2015.037.018 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the

Image of 2015.037.021 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875.  Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

2015.037.021 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the

Image of 2015.037.022 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875.  Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

2015.037.022 - Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the cross rail. The front stretcher is carved with geometric designs and the chair ears are carved into scroll shapes.

Spanish Side Chair, c. 1825-1875. Chair constructed with medium brown walnut wood and similarly colored leather seat and back rest. The leather is held in place with upholstery tacks that have a large dome head. A small rectangular piece is cut out of the leather at each corner of the seat, so that the leather wraps down over the apron of the chair seat on each side. The leather seat is held in place with six tacks on each side. On the chair back, leather is stretched across the top and cross rail in a similar fashion to the seat. The leather on the back is attached with four tacks on the front and side of each stile and six tacks each on the top side of the top rail and the underside of the