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Europe - Pocketbook - Silk satin embroidered with silk, metallic thread, metal spangles;

Mid to late 18th century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk; satin embroidered with silk, metallic threads, metal spangles, metal purl, enameled gilt lockplates, lock and key

Mid to late 18th century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk; satin embroidered with silk, metallic threads, metal spangles, metal purl, enameled gilt lockplates, lock and key

Late 18th century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk plainweave appliquéd and embroidered with silk, metallic threads, metal purl, metal spangles

Late century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk plainweave appliquéd and embroidered with silk, metallic threads, metal purl, metal spangles

English, late 16th–early 17th century       England Dimensions     Overall: 9 x 14 cm (3 9/16 x 5 1/2 in.) Medium or Technique     Linen; plain weave embroidered with polychrome silk and silver metallic threads; metal clasp and key

English, late century England Dimensions Overall: 9 x 14 cm x 5 in.) Medium or Technique Linen; plain weave embroidered with polychrome silk and silver metallic threads; metal clasp and key

Pocketbook - Silk plainweave (taffeta) embroidered with silk, 1780–1800

Europe - Pocketbook - Silk plainweave (taffeta) embroidered with silk, painted and painted plaster details, silk and metallic thread trim

Mid to late 18th century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk; satin embroidered with silk, metallic threads, metal spangles, metal purl, enameled gilt lockplates, lock and key

Mid to late century, Europe - Pocketbook - Silk; satin embroidered with…

Folding silk pocket book with polychrome and metallic thread embroidery, dated c.1762, from the Vintage textile archives.

Folding silk pocket book with polychrome and metallic thread embroidery, dated from the Vintage textile archives.

Antique 18th Century Silk Embroidered Pocketbook 1760's

Antique 18th Century Silk Embroidered Pocketbook 1760's

Pocketbook (French, 1725–75). Glass beads strung with linen thread, held together by interlocking looping stitches (sablé). Costumes  Image and text courtesy MFA Boston

Pocketbook (French, Glass beads strung with linen thread, held together by interlocking looping stitches (sablé). Costumes Image and text courtesy MFA Boston

Purse Date: fourth quarter 18th century Culture: probably American Medium: silk, paper Accession Number: 2009.300.1748

Pocketbook c century Culture: probably American Medium: silk, paper Dimensions: 3 x 5 in. Accession Number: See other pin, for inside which is wonderful!

Pocketbook  1725–75Rectangular envelope style pocketbook. White silk satin embroidered with polychrome silk thread in floral and fruit motifs front and back. Embroidery stitches include: satin stitch, laid and couched. Two small fleur de lis designs in top front corners, partially under flap, made from silk-wrapped flat strips of metal. Gold silk cord binding and silk knot button closure. Blue silk lining and side panels.

White silk satin embroidered with polychrome silk thread in floral and fruit motifs front and back. Embroidery stitches include: satin stitch, laid and couched. Two small fleur de lis designs in to

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