By Sarah Jane Downing
Sir Horace Walpole could barely suppress a smile as he placed the cravat at his throat securing it with a ribbon at the back. It was beautiful, a concoction of intricate Venetian needlepoint lace, with a bow knot at the throat, falling in a lavish array across most of his chest.......
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