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Victorian black lace mitts (fingerless gloves) in a scroll motif, with a slight scallop along the top edge and a V shaped cuff. 24â€ť long. DATE: Late 1800s.
Black suede gloves, with a flower sewn at the cuff made of black, pink, blue and clear sequins, and tiny silver beads.16â€ť length. DATE:1940s
Tan leather gloves w/three 2-1/2â€ť dark brown and tan lines of raised decorative stitching. 2 brown snaps. Both snaps and gloves stamped â€śMade in France.â€ť Original tag says â€ś6, $2.98.â€ť and â€ś101-2.â€ť DATE: 1930s
Civil War Period Victorian Mitts made of black silk lace w/a black satin 1-1/2â€ť cuff and a black satin bow.16â€ť length. DATE: 1860s.
Cream colored stretchy cotton gloves embellished w/tiny gold beads; at the cuff are larger gold beads designed in a flower w/tiny gold beads that create a leaf on each side of the flower; 14â€ť length. DATE: 1940s
Deep pink suede opera gloves, wrist opening w/3 charcoal gray pearlized buttons. Several rows of tiny black sequins bordered w/a row of silver sequins creates an elegant art deco motif along the entire 23â€ť length. Inside is stamped â€śAlexandre, Made in France for Marshall Field & Company,â€ť and â€śSize 6 and the number â€ś100â€ť which is also on the original Marshall Field sticker.
Ecru crocheted gloves w/2 pearl buttons at the wrist, 10â€ťlength. DATE: 1940s-50s.
Ecru lace fingerless gloves made of stretch lace in a floral motif. 14â€ť length.
â€śMatched Turban and Glove Set by Sendra.â€ť Rayon gloves, palm side black on inside and white outside. There is gathered elastic on inside of wrist. Matched rayon turban 11â€ť long, black on one side, white on the other. In original box w/original paper wrapping that says â€śSendra Gloves.â€ť Lid has picture of woman wearing the knotted turban and putting on her gloves. Includes 2 booklets w/pictures and directions of 7 ways to â€śDrape Your Own Turban.â€ť Original tag, Price $8. Eisendrath Glove Company, Chicago, Copyright 1940. DATED: 1940
Taupe silk opera gloves w/3 silk covered snaps on inside of wrist, back of snap says â€śVan Raalte.â€ť parallel lines of decorative stitching to just below the first snap.19â€ť length. DATE: 1920s
White kid leather opera gloves, wrist opening w/3 pearl buttons and w/3 lines stitched across the back of the hand. 23â€ť length with very narrow fingers , referred to as â€śmousquetaire.â€ť DATE: Turn of century.
â€śKislav Glove Soap,â€ť 3 bars in 6â€ť x 2â€ť black box. The lid has a sketch of a gloved hand in white. Each bar is wrapped in the original tissue, on the top of the bar is carved â€śKislav Glove Soap.â€ť The sticker on the bottom of the box marked 50c.
Glove Display Stands Circular steel rod screws into a round 5â€ť base. Rod extends upward with an 8â€ť diameter. A strip of metal in the shape of a four finger hand slides over the end of each rod .to display a pair of gloves. Stand 16â€ť from base to the top of the hand. Glove Display Stands Base made of black steel formed by 3 S shaped rods connected to a short center rod forming a triangle. Ends are decorated with a brass ball the size of a small marble. Attached to the top of the base is a large black steel teardrop. The teardrop has 4 coils for 4 hands to slide into. Hands have 4 fingers. Two pairs of gloves can be displayed. Stand 22â€ť from base to the top of the hand.
Gloves Stretchers Pine wooden w/metal hinge and spring return, 12â€ť in length, could be for mensâ€™ gloves as well. DATE: Circa 1900-1910
- Bakelite/celluloid, 6â€ť long, brownish red with white veins. DATE: 1930s.
- Sterling silver, with initials GS for English silversmith George Savage. Spiral carved handles, carved designs where handle attaches and around side nails. 8-1/4â€ť length.
2 Plastic 8â€ť cream forms with open work design. Glove forms with hangers for drying and stretching gloves back to original shape after washing.