Fair Cf White Gloves

SIXTEENTH CENTURY

A PAIR of stout white leather gloves; apparently once the property of a person of considerable stature, to iudge from their size. Yhe gauntlets are nicely embroidered with metallic thread of gold and silver, parts of the work being raised by means of a red wool padding. Till recently these gloves were in the possession of a family in Warwickshire. They are now in the collection of Seymour Lucas, Escjr., R.A.

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