Vintage Gloves

Collection by Colette Mertens Truehl

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Antique Lace Collars and Gloves. When you realize the amount of work that goes into hand making lace then you really appreciate the finished textiles. Sponsored By: Grandma's Crochet Shop Antique Lace, Vintage Lace, Vintage Sewing, Victorian Lace, Vintage Embroidery, Irish Crochet, Crochet Lace, Crochet Edgings, Crochet Motif

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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!

Pair of womens gloves, printed kid, Spanish, MFA - looks like doodling to me. Wonder if sharpie on imitation leather would work? 1800s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Mitten Gloves, Women's Gloves, Vintage Accessories, Fashion Accessories, Best Gloves, Vintage Gloves, Wedding Gloves

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 edge. Stamp on indside obscured. (N.B. Both gloves are for left hand.)

Moda Surrealista: Elsa Schiaparelli e Salvador Dalì Elsa Schiaparelli, Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Paul Poiret, Textiles, Mode Bizarre, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, 1930s Fashion

OMG that dress!

Gloves Elsa Schiaparelli, 1936-1937 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston--Women's Gloves, early century, silk. Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, 1800s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Belle Epoque, Jane Austen, Vintage Accessories, Fashion Accessories, Caroline Reboux

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).

Leather, satin and embroidered and lace trimmed early century gloves. The triangular serrate edges mark this pair of gloves as late farthingale era garments. They are a beautiful declaration of elevated status. Lace Gloves, Leather Gloves, Lace Cuffs, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Renaissance, 17th Century Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

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, t…

Perfectly packable accessories maintain prim elegance despite their crushability! Hand-turned silk flowers upon velvet milliner's leaves. Elegant Gloves, Victorian Trading Company, Velvet Glove, Vintage Gloves, Steampunk Costume, Silk Roses, Wired Ribbon, Mitten Gloves, Fashion Accessories

SILK ROSES VELVET GLOVES

Perfectly packable accessories maintain prim elegance despite their crushability! Hand-turned silk flowers upon velvet milliner's leaves. Imported.

Vintage Antique Art Deco Gauntlet Gloves Ladies Size M Vintage Unused - Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Womens Fashion, 30s Fashion, Fashion Brands, Fashion Dresses, Gauntlet Gloves, Ear Hair Trimmer, Art Deco

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

Oil tanned deerskin gloves with embroided silk cuffs by Karl Robinson Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Mens Gloves, Leather Gloves, Deerskin Gloves, Unique Costumes, Renaissance Costume, Deer Skin, Hand Warmers

Gloves, Gauntlets and Mittens

I have been working with leather for over twenty years and specialize in making historically accurate Medieval, Tudor and Stuart leatherwork for re-enactment, museums, theatre and the heritage industry. All my work is made by hand using only the materials and techniques available to the craftsmen of the time. I only use leathers that were commonly available and dye and dress them myself using period recipes. Everything is hand sewn and all the designs are taken from surviving examples or…