9 Object Results

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Brown linen sleeve (C) with sleeve cap (B) and an extra cap (D). Embroidered white and brown leaf motif. Four hooks at end of sleeve. Cap same as sleeve with fringe at bottom


Sleeve hoops in white cotton with reed or rattan hoops used to extend puff sleeves.


Detached sleeves. Main fabric is a sheer netting pintucked every 1/2 in. Pintucks machine stitched, dating them post 1856. Black lace insert on outside of sleeves. Remnants of lace and sewing threa...


Detatched sleeves for bodice and skirt, FIC.2013.12.5 AB. Sleeves are made of lusterous burgundy fabric with staining at the armpit. One sleeve has white moiree cuff, but both feature dangling roun...


A pair of sleeves made of an ivory plain weave fabric. Cuffs are made of a combination of cutwork and embroidery (floral pattern) with a border of lace. Fabric appears to be starched. Edges are fin...


Two ivory cap sleeves with needlework and lace hems, which appear to have been detached from a garment. Fabric is gathered near shoulders; piping encircles the armhole edge. A strip of cutwork embr...


A pair of white detachable sleeves with embroidered cuffs; fabric appears to be starched. Details on cuffs include vertical rows of combined lace and embroidery, embroidered dots, and a needleworke...


A lightweight ivory-colored bell sleeve with whiteworked border. Border consists of a scalloped edge and floral pattern. Sleeve is comprised of two pieces connected by a lightly gathered seam towar...


A lightweight ivory-colored bell sleeve with whiteworked border. Border consists of a scalloped edge and floral pattern. Sleeve is comprised of two pieces connected by a lightly gathered seam towar...

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