There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site

Related Pins

Leather reticule, 1790-1810, Augusta Auctions

Embroidered mull gown, American, 1790-1810. Cream muslin embroidered with scattered stars and floral bands at hem, sleeves, and diagonally across center skirt. From the Campbell-Plumstead-Ross family of Philadelphia.

Linen, American, ca 1790-1810. Augusta Auctions. Probably the same pair of stays now at the Met.

Augusta Auctions, April 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 769: Silk Net & Lace Dress, C. 1810

TWO LADIES' RETICULES, 1790-1825 Both w/ drawstring tops: 1 18th C white silk satin, paper stiffened round base, polychrome sprig embroidery & tambour stitch leaf wreath around base, Ht 9.5", Wd 9.25", (small stains) very good; 1 1800-1825 cotton calico print of red ovals & dots on white ground, U shape w/ gathered band between F & B, Ht 10.75" x 9.5", (stained & dirty) fair.

Reticule, 1810–29, European. Leather, tortoiseshell, metal. In the The Metropolitan Museum of Art collection.

Reticule, c1820; embroidered brown velvet with cut steel frame and handle, embroidered with cut steel beads & shaped paillettes

Two white work reticules, 1800-1825. Augusta Auctions (De-accessioned from the Brooklyn Museum costume collections.)

Metropolitan Museum: bolso francés de piel de 1790-1800 (Inventario: 1970.161.4)

1800-1810 borsetta in pelle

Fortuny kid leather gloves, ca.1800-1810. Make - shoulder length - with Moroccan wedding henna "tattoos" - whatever they are called - I forget