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Mamluk embroidered linen bags

Two Mamluk Egyptian bags

Drawstring bag Egyptian (Arabic), century Egypt Dimensions Medium or Technique Linen, embroidery Classification Costumes Accession Number

Reticule Date: 1800–1810 Culture: probably German Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.2068

Reticule- These were little drawstring purses that acted as a pocket for women. These handmade bags were usually beaded or tasseled and made from silk, lace, velvet, or knitted fabrics. Date: Culture: probably German Medium: silk, metal

Last quarter of the 16th Century: Ladies Embroidered Linen Purse, British. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Last quarter Century, ladies embroidered linen purse, British. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

French glass beaded bag 1820-30

Beaded bag with gold frame and chain, French, A real transition piece the bottom has the look of regency bags but the framed top and flowers look more mid century because bags took some time to "knit" it may have embraced both time periods

early 19th century bag

Reticule ~ early century ~ French ~ silk, metal, glass ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse; ca. 1800; French; steel, silk | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1800 Culture: French Medium: steel, silk Dimensions: Height: 6 in. cm) Credit Line: Catharine Breyer Van Bomel Foundation Fund, 1978 Accession Number:

Polychrome Embroidered Purse, circa late 16th century

But Where Should I Put It? Part I

Purse Date: last quarter century Culture: British Medium: silk, gold, silver, linen Dimensions: Height (of body of purse): 5 in. cm) Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Reticule Date: early 19th century Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, glass Dimensions: Length: 10 1/4 in. (26 cm) Credit Line: Gift of E. Dudley James, 1959 Accession Number: C.I.59.4

Reticule Date: early century Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, glass Dimensions: Length: 10 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of E.

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