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c.1800 basket shaped reticule from the collection of Lori Blaser

Circa 1800 basket shaped reticule from the collection of Lori Blaser.

c1810 white spotted muslin gown. Very high-waisted. Over-long sleeves would be worn ruched on arm. Drawstring ties at back

Very high-waisted. Over-long sleeves would be worn ruched on arm. Drawstring ties at back

c1815 green wool knitted and beaded reticule. Black and clear glass beads knitted in, not just sewn on. 8 ribbon loops, original ribbon. Large black bead at base. 'Louisa Rousseau' embroidered around top.

green wool knitted and beaded reticule. Black and clear glass beads knitted in, not just sewn on. Large black bead at base. 'Louisa Rousseau' embroidered around top.

Early 1800s blue silk netted purse or reticule. With drawstring outstretched it could have been used more like a reticule and held in the hand.

Early blue silk netted purse or reticule. With drawstring outstretched it could have been used more like a reticule and held in the hand.

Two Ladies' Reticules, 1790-1825, Augusta Auctions, November 14, 2012 NEW YORK CITY, Lot 345

Augusta Auctions - Ladies' Reticules (Purses) 1790 - 1825 (reticule on the bottom is older)

Septagonal reticule (image 1) | English or New England | early 19th century | silk, satin | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 64.692 | On front side is written: "Value the trifle"

Bag (reticule) English or New England, Early century, MFA Boston

Both knotted linen thread & w/ original silk ribbon drawstrings: 1 reticule worked in 2 thicknesses of linen thread, 8.5" x 9", (1 stain); 1 pair elbow-length gloves, L 15", (stains on fingertips); t/w 2 pair American mitts: 1 pair 18th C linen; 1 pair cable-knit ecru cotton; very good-excellent.

Knotted linen thread reticule with silk ribbon, c 1820

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