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Evening gloves  Date: 1900–1910 Culture: American  The openwork knit pattern adds an extra decorative dimension to the wearer's arms. The combination of the silk knit and the patterned knit is not unlike the way silk stockings covered and decorated the legs.

Evening gloves Date: Culture: American The openwork knit pattern adds an extra decorative dimension to the wearer's arms. The combination of the silk knit and the patterned knit is not unlike the way silk stockings covered and decorated the legs.

"VanderBiltmore Style": Gloves Manufacturer: Harry (French) Date: 1900–1910 Culture: French Medium: leather.

"VanderBiltmore Style": Gloves Manufacturer: Harry (French) Date: Culture: French Medium: leather.

Rosa Alba

Pair of gloves Place of origin: France (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Kid leather, silk net, glass, silk ribbon, appliqued and machine-sewn Credit Line: Given by Mrs K.

Pair of children's stockings        Italian, 1650–1750         Italy  Dimensions      23.1 x 11.9 cm (9 1/8 x 4 11/16 in. )  Medium or Technique      Cotton, silk, knit, embroidery    Accession Number      43.1962a-b

Pair of children's stockings Italian, Italy Dimensions x cm x 4 in. ) Medium or Technique Cotton, silk, knit, embroidery Accession Number

Gloves  Gant Perrin  (Chilean, founded ca. 1850)  Date: ca. 1918 Culture: French

Gloves Gant Perrin (French, founded ca. 1918 Culture: French Medium: leather Dimensions: 2 x 13 in. x 33 cm) Credi.

Victorian lace gloves - vintage lady

Pair of gloves Italian, century Milan, Italy Dimensions Height x width 14 1516 x 3 1516 in. x 10 cm) Medium or Technique Lace, bobbin

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-colored silk. Stained. (Collection Achille Jubinal 21). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Early century, Europe - Pair of women's kid gloves - Kid with silk embroidery

Evening Gloves  1830-1835  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Lisle, the knitted fabric used in these gloves, employs a highly refined cotton that has the look and softness of silk. This allows for the creation of an intricate pattern such as the zig zag example here

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