8 Object Results

Object Type:
D302 AB
circa 1860

Quaker gloves of white silk, now yellowed. "supposed to have been purchased from Mr. Job Sherman's shop about 1860"

1800 – 1815

White fine long cotton gloves

One black silk glove for the left hand. One button at wrist with hand gripping, Fownes Make stamped around edge. One black silk glove for the right hand identical to left hand except it has Fownes ...

Plain black silk gloves with original tag.

A pair of machine knit brown gloves, possibly made of cotton. Features include a scalloped tan border at wrists (with unfinished edges) and brown/tan chain stitch embroidery on fronts (three linear...

A pair of white leather gloves. The gloves each have three areas of linear decorative stitching (front) as well as unfinished bottoms (at wrist).

A pair of white leather (possibly kid) gloves. The gloves have a scalloped opening with two snap closures at each wrist. Snaps read "DERBY." Three areas of linear decorative stitching are also foun...

Long white kid gloves.

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