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It is a dusty pink with enough umber to avoid being too girly. It is still feminine though, so it is a really useful colour to peel back the masculine cloak that some houses take on. In fact I borrowed it from the family rooms at Petworth where it had been chosen by Lord Egremont’s mother and it was she that gave it its risqué name!

cuisse de nymphe emue by Edward Bulmer

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