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Pair of women's mitts  American, late 18th century

Pair of women's mitts late century Brown suede mitt; white floral motif embroidery on top of hand with three bands of cross stitching, cross stitching around thumb; flap lined in white kid with white kid edging around top of palm.

Pair of mitts, Italy or France, late 18th century. Crimson soft leather, trimmed with cream colored silk braid around hand and thumb. Cream colored taffeta, worn and cracked, lines flap over hand.

Pair of pink LEATHER mitts, Italian or French, or early century - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection

Pair of blue leather mitts. Italian or French, 18th or early 19th century - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection

Pair of blue leather mitts. Italian or French, or early century - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection

Pair of mitts, probably France, late 18th century. Salmon pink silk knit with metal thread embroidery.

Pair of salmon pink knitted silk mitts. Pair of mitts probably French late or early century Object Place: France

Yellow silk taffeta mitts, 18th century.

Great Britain - Pair of mittens - Silk taffeta, silk thread, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered

Probably 18th century - Pair of mitts - Linen and silk; velvet

Pair of mitts, Probably century. Black velvet faced and trimmed with pink pressed velvet. Lined with white linen on which are printed little springs of black flowers. The top of the mitt is faced with green silk.

Pair of mitts  probably Italian, 18th century  Italy  DIMENSIONS  Length: 36 cm (14 3/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Embroidery

century, Italy - Pair of mitts - Pinkish orange silk with cuffs of cream colored silk damask trimmed with gold thread worked in chains and sewed to mitts.

Early 19th century, America - Pair of woman's mitts - Silk netting with silk tambour work

Pair of women's mitts, early century. Silk netting with silk tambour work, American. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston collection.

Pair of women's mitts. LACMA     Probably India for the Western market, 1700-1725     Costumes; Accessories     Linen plain weave with silk embroidery     Costume Council Fund (M.80.43.4a-b)

Pair of women's mitts. LACMA Probably India for the Western market, Costumes; Accessories Linen plain weave with silk embroidery Costume Council Fund

These linen mitts were made by an accomplished knitter. An intricate repeat of diamonds and interlocking parallel bars makes up the body of the pattern. Each mitt's top border has a knit monogram and date worked into it: "R M R  1787".

Knit Mitts Dated 1787 United States Materials: Unbleached flax thread. Provenance: These came from an estate in the Saugerties, NY area along with another pair of lady's mitts, item

Pair of mitts, Italy, 18th century. Black silk velvet, embroidered with gilt-silver yarns and wires in vining motif on flap and cuff. Gilt-silver galloon at edges and button-holes, gilt-silver buttons. Pink silk lining.

Pair of mitts, Italy, century. Black silk velvet, embroidered with gilt-silver yarns and wires in vining motif on flap and cuff. Gilt-silver galloon at edges and button-holes, gilt-silver buttons. Pink silk lining.

18th century leather mitts, Boston

Single dark brown leather mitt, polychrome silk embroidered flowers on back of hand.