Gloves  Date: late 18th century Culture: French Medium: leather, silk

Gloves Date: late 18th century Culture: French Medium: leather, silk

A ladies' kid leather glove, circa 1800 - 20, with three rows of pointing, scalloped slightly pinked cuff, two pearlised buttons to fasten, enlarged button holes, 20 cm long.

A ladies' kid leather glove, circa 1800 - 20, with three rows of pointing, scalloped slightly pinked cuff, two pearlised buttons to fasten, enlarged button holes, 20 cm long.

Pair of women's kid gloves. Spanish, 1810–30. MFA Boston.

Pair of women's kid gloves. Spanish, 1810–30. MFA Boston.

Regency gloves Pair of gloves of knitted cream cotton embroidered with brown silk. 1795-1825

Pair of gloves

Regency gloves Pair of gloves of knitted cream cotton embroidered with brown silk. 1795-1825

1850-1860, England - Pair of gloves - Knitted silk, embroidered

Pair of gloves

1850-1860, England - Pair of gloves - Knitted silk, embroidered

c1810 French kid leather buff-coloured long gloves. The gloves are tiny, measuring just 2 1/4 inches across the back of the hand!

c1810 French kid leather buff-coloured long gloves. The gloves are tiny, measuring just 2 1/4 inches across the back of the hand!

Mitts | European | The Met early 19th century Culture:European Medium:silk

Mitts | European | The Met early 19th century Culture:European Medium:silk

MEDIA SEDA AZUL SIGLO XVIII FRANCIA

MEDIA SEDA AZUL SIGLO XVIII FRANCIA

Pair of women's gloves. French, early 19th century. Silk satin with silk embroidery and tambour-work - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection

Pair of women's gloves. French, early 19th century. Silk satin with silk embroidery and tambour-work - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection

loving the blue, gloves  early 19th c.  leather  european

loving the blue, gloves early 19th c. leather european

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