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This is a note card . This is a close up view of a 17th century glove in the collection of the Livrustkammaren in Stockholm, Sweden.  The collection houses a numb...

This is a note card . This is a close up view of a century glove in the collection of the Livrustkammaren in Stockholm, Sweden. The collection houses a numb.

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haute couture gants anciens historiques - Recherche Google

haute couture gants anciens historiques - Recherche Google

Tudor glove with embroidered memento mori

Tudor glove with embroidered memento mori

Gloves (image 2) | British | late 18th century | leather, silk | Los Angeles County Museum of Art | Object #: 23.220.2

Date: late century Culture: British Medium: leather, silk Dimensions: Length: 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1923 Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gloves    Date:      early 18th century  Culture:      British  Medium:      Leather, metallic

Gloves Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Leather, metallic Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition Purchased with funds given by Frederic

Jan Mostteart portrait d'un homme tirant un gant

Gloves, Mittens

The Worshipful Company of Glovers of London - Pair of men's embroidered gauntlet gloves with long extended fingers, circa 1620 – 1635, of cream leather, the ivory satin gauntlets separately worked and lined in moss green silk, each glove with six tabs variously worked with figures embracing, gathering wood, harvesting fruit and bathing in pools, worked in colourful floss silks within couched gold thread medallions, the ground scattered with gold purl wire leaves and floss silk flowerheads…

A pair of men’s embroidered gauntlet gloves with long extended fingers, circa 1620 – 1635

Histoire du TRICOT ( II ) - Un Certain regard....

Histoire du TRICOT ( II ) - Un Certain regard....

An early fragment of Islamic embroidery from North Africa Fatimid Dynasty. This is a very rare and early piece dated to the early 12th century

An early fragment of Islamic embroidery from North Africa Fatimid Dynasty. This is a very rare and early piece dated to the early century

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