Glove of Elizabeth I.

Mixed Media, Rozanne Hawksley, Artist, Et ne non inducas (And lead us – Photography by Dewi Tannatt Lloyd. Courtesy of Ruthin Craft Centre

Gloves late 18th century, British, leather, silk

Date: late century Culture: British Medium: leather, silk Dimensions: Length: 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1923 Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gloves    Date:      early 18th century  Culture:      British  Medium:      Leather, metallic

Gloves Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Leather, metallic Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition Purchased with funds given by Frederic

Elbow length gloves, c 1820

Both knotted linen thread & w/ original silk ribbon drawstrings: 1 reticule…

elizabethan gauntlett mittens. Crimson silk velvet worked in satin and split stitch with sequins, gilt thread and silk floss dyed in 12 different colours. England Circa 1600

Crimson silk velvet worked in satin and split stitch with sequins, gilt thread and silk floss dyed in 12 different colours. England Circa 1600 notice the split -- these are fingerless gloves underneath.

Kid leather wedding gloves 1833

Pair of wedding gloves

1833 pair of white leather gloves with cream satin and lace scalloped cuffs

Late 18th or early 19th century, Europe - Pair of women's gloves - Silk plain-weave with silk embroidery

Pair of women's gloves French, late or early century France Dimensions Medium or Technique Silk plain-weave with silk embroidery

Pair of women's mitts, probably Italiy, 18th century. Blue silk trimmed with bright pink silk and embroidered with flowers worked in long and short stitch with pink, blue, green, and yellow silk and tarnished metal thread. Stained.

century, probably Italy - Pair of women's mitts - Blue silk trimmed with bright pink silk and embroidered with flowers worked in long and short stitch with pink, blue, green, and yellow silk and tarnished metal thread.

Lace gloves from 1620

Woman's bobbin lace glove, Italian, 1650 I think lace gloves would be fabulous with your dress and hat.

Pair of women's gloves, printed kid, Spanish, 1800-25 MFA - looks like doodling to me. Wonder if sharpie on imitation leather would work?

Pair of women's gloves, printed kid, Spanish, MFA - looks like doodling to me. Wonder if sharpie on imitation leather would work?

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