Needlework | 7 photos of a beautiful bonnet | Norway

What beautiful needlework. A bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet - in the city of Tønsberg.
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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.
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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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Bonnet from the collections of Slottsfjellsmuseet in Tønsberg, Norway. | Photo: Mekonnen Wolday - digitaltmuseum.no VF.13167 - cc by-sa.

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