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V&A Linen Glove ca. 1610 (made) Linen with cutwork and bobbin lace. http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O130598/glove-unknown/

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Linen glove with cutwork reticella decoration and bobbin lace trimming, England, ca.

The Worshipful Company of Glovers of London - The Glove Collection and its Catalogue

The Worshipful Company of Glovers of London - The Glove Collection and its Catalogue

Pair of gloves  Date: early 17th century Culture: British Medium: Leather, silk and metal thread Accession Number: 28.220.1, .2

Pair of gloves Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Leather, silk and metal thread Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edward S.Mus of Art

Gloves embroidered in gold  1600ish Italy

Pair of white leather gloves with deep gauntlets of dark red satin. The gauntlets are embroidered in gold metallic yarns with a small repeating design of a fleur-de-lis, and are edged with gold fringe. Lined with yellow silk.

Guanto in pelle, con polsiera in tessuto di seta ricamato con filati metallici, XVII secolo, Palazzo Madama a Torino. Particolare attenzione ha richiesto la pulitura del filato metallico e della pelle irrigidita. Il consolidamento delle lacerazioni del tessuto è stato eseguito evitando di rimuovere le cuciture originali. Palazzo Madama Torino, n. 1844/T; © Fondazione Torino Musei

Leather glove with wrist strap silk fabric embroidered with metallic threads, the seventeenth century, Palazzo Madama in Turin, n.

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52 Weeks of Fantastic Bindings, Week 52: an embroidered Bible presented by Charles I, on behalf of Queen Anne, to Sir Harry Wardlaw of Pitreavie

The embroidered gloves presented to Sir Henry Wardlaw by Charles I.

Gloves  Date: 16th century  Accession Number: C.I.40.194.28a, b  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gloves Date: century Culture: British Medium: leather Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1940 Accession Number: b

gauntlet, 1620

gauntlet, 1620

Leather gloves, English, about 1645 The gloves are said to have belonged to Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), leader of the Parliamentarians during the Civil Wars. Tradition has it that he left them behind, together with a cap and two combs, at Chard in Somerset when he retreated before the advancing army of Charles I (1600-1649) in July

These light brown kid leather gloves, dating from the boast embellished cuffs and were a sign of status in the century. They were often presented as gifts at New Year, Valentine’s Day, christenings and marriages. The gauntlets of this.

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