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What princess ever puts only one ruby in her hair? From ‘The Origin of Rubies’. "Folk Tales of Bengal" (1912) illustrated by Warwick Goble

What princess ever puts only one ruby in her hair? From ‘The Origin of Rubies’. "Folk Tales of Bengal" (1912) illustrated by Warwick Goble

Folk Tales of Bengal 1912 They climbed into the boat Canvas Art - Warwick Goble (18 x 24)

Folk Tales of Bengal 1912 They climbed into the boat Canvas Art - Warwick Goble (18 x 24)

Coming up to the surface they climbed into the boat. From ‘The Origin of Rubies’. "Folk Tales of Bengal" illustrated by Warwick Goble

cairparavel:     Warwick Goble illustration for Folk-Tales of Bengal by Lal Behari Dey 1912.

cairparavel: Warwick Goble illustration for Folk-Tales of Bengal by Lal Behari Dey 1912.

"Folk Tales of Bengal". Artwork by Warwick Goble (1862-1943). English illustrator of children's books.

"Folk Tales of Bengal". Artwork by Warwick Goble (1862-1943). English illustrator of children's books.

''Indian Myth and Legend'' by Donald. A. MacKenzie. Published by The Gresham Publishing co.(London).1913, Illustrations by Warwick Goble

''Indian Myth and Legend'' by Donald. A. MacKenzie. Published by The Gresham Publishing co.(London).1913, Illustrations by Warwick Goble

Folk-Tales of Bengal - Warwick Goble (1912) - Coming up to the surface they climbed into the boat. (The origin of rubies)

Folk-Tales of Bengal - Warwick Goble (1912) - Coming up to the surface they climbed into the boat. (The origin of rubies)