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90/455-1 Textile length (1 of 3), 'Flying Oz', silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984. Click to enlarge.

Textile length (1 of 3), ‘Flying Oz’, silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984

Made in Australia, Oceania

Textile length (1 of 3), ‘Flying Oz’, silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984

Summary

Object No.

90/455-1

Object Statement

Textile length (1 of 3), 'Flying Oz', silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984

Physical Description

Textile length (1 of 3), 'Flying Oz', silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984

Dimensions

Width

1400 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Textile length (1 of 3), 'Flying Oz', silk charmeuse, Jenny Kee, Australia, 1984 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 October 2019, <https://ma.as/106952>

Wikipedia

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