Sea Gypsy Studio
What to do when your stuck inside and feeling a little blue? Let's go visit a lace museum! Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles Look at those beautiful gloves! Irish Lace is one of my favorites. White yo yo quilt with rick rack lace. I just love the combination of the two. I can just imagine wearing these beautiful dresses! My head is spinning with ideas of leather and lace!
Arizona Costume Institute
Gloves Leather, silk ribbon, metal lace and embroidery, metal sequins European, c. 1650 Gift of Arizona Costume Institute 1983.c.100.A-B
Pair of women's gloves
White kid printed in black: watered ovals with vignette of man offering gift to woman in pastoral setting with dog; decorative and floral border. Punched and pinked ed …
Pair of women's kid gloves
Pair of soft, yellow, leather gloves. Design: small flowers embroidered on back of each hand and arm in satin stitch, etc., with pale lavender, green, and cream-colore …
Just like a bird that has swallowed a plate?
I was recently looking for a book about Tudor Portraits and came across this book by Maurice Howard. The book doesn't just cover portraits, there are references to items such as engravings, tapestry and funeral monuments. The author points out that the Tudor period saw an explosion in the production and use of artistic imagery.…
Art Deco Gauntlet Gloves Ladies Size M Vintage 1930s Unused
This is a wonderful pair of vintage gloves dating to the 1930s. They are made in a “gauntlet” style with the bottom made of cotton “lace” and the hand portion made of either rayon or silk, I’m unsure of which. The hand is beige or ecru colored. The gloves are still attached to each other with red thread. Although never having been used, somehow the first finger of the right hand glove became stained at the tip (see close-up photo) and the left hand glove has a small stain under the base…
French Antiques, French Country style decor
Antique Pale Pink Kidskin Opera Gloves French Ribbonwork-French,Ribbon, Rosette, Rose, Kid, Skin, collection,shabby,boudoir,victorian,luxurious,ribbonwork