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Gloves, Early 18thc., American, Made of cotton

Gloves ~ Early century ~ American ~ made of cotton

Mitts 1850, Italian, Silk Mitts are fingerless gloves that were knitted or netted of silk or cotton and made at home or commercially available. The best color was often black, however these crème silk mitts are in my opinion tasteful and sophisticated.

Mitts Italian, Silk Mitts are fingerless gloves that were knitted or netted of silk or cotton and made at home or commercially available. The best color was often black, however these crème silk mitts are in my opinion tasteful and sophisticated.

Pair of women's gloves  American late 18th to early 19th century  Place of Use: Lexington, Massachusetts, United States; Place of Manufacture: Massachusetts, United States Long white glove, plain except three thin bands on top of hand, seam on inside of hand and arm, split in thumb

Long white glove, plain except three thin bands on top of hand, seam on inside of hand and arm, split in thumb

1798, Cotton, knit Mitts

1798, Cotton, knit Mitts

1790-1800/ made, Great Britain Woven cotton lawn, part lined with hand painted cotton Mittens | | V&A Search the Collections

Mittens

made, Great Britain Woven cotton lawn, part lined with hand painted cotton Mittens

sublime! silk gloves - 1920's | kayser-roth glove co. inc.

Gloves Kayser-Roth Glove Co., Inc Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Kayser-Roth Company, Inc.

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