Gloves from the grave of archbishop Rodrigo Ximereze de Rada (1245), Monastery of St. Maria de Huerta, Madrid
Pair of ecclesiastical gloves Italian, Early 17th century Italy Dimensions 28.5 cm (11 1/4 in.) Medium or Technique Silk; knitted Accession Number 43.1998a-b
Silk gloves used for devotional purposes in ca 1300-1325,Metropolitan museum of art, New York
Pair of knitted gloves Spanish, possibly 16th century Spain Dimensions 26.0 x 16.5 cm (10.25 x 6.50 in.) Medium or Technique Silk and silver metallic thread knit, metallic fringe trim; silk and metallic ribbon lining (later addition) Accession Number 38.1252a-b
Pair of gloves
Pair of gloves | museum no. 437 | Spanish, 16th c | These gloves were hand-knitted in stocking stitch from red silk and yellow silk wrapped with silver strip. They were made for a bishop and are decorated with religious symbols. These include a cross surmounting a heart, a shepherd's crook or bishop’s crozier to the left, and a reliquary to the right. The cuffs are patterned with geometric designs and a Greek wave motif appears on the fingers and wrist.
Pair of Gauntlets Belonging to the Armor of Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Brunswick (1591–1634) | British, Greenwich | The Metropolitan Museum of Art