Glove

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

A GLOVE of unusual shape, made of grey leather , and embroidered on the back of the hand with a floral design in dull green and red silks. The lingers and outer side of the glove arc herringbone stitched. The total measurement from finger-tips to gauntlet is 15 \ inches.

! he glove is attributed to King Cnarles L, and was shown among the Stuart relics at the New Gallery, London, n 1889, by the possessor, Captain Still.

A GLOVE

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

A PA LE huff leather glove, poorly embroidered with silver thread, pink, yellow, and white silk, '-lie glove is in rather a dilapidated condition. It was No. 386 in the Catalogue of the New Gallery Exhibition in 1889, and was lent by David Seton: Esqr.

PLATE XXV

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