Ladys Glove

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

A N elegant glove for the right hand, of rich fawn-coloured - \ leather of very line quality. The stitching of «"he seams is plain; the gauntlet is ornamented in a very unusual manner, w*th grey and yellow loops or bows of mohair tape, or ribbon intermixed with gold and silver threads, one-half of the back of the hand and knuckles being similarly treated; the lower part of the cuff inside is stiffened with three layers of paper, and is lined with ribbed ) ellow s:lk; the entire length of the glove is 11 inches. In the collection of Seymour Lucas, Esqr., r.a.

PLATE XXXlX

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