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1700 Culture: English Dimensions: No dimensions recorded. Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Purchase, Contributions for Acquisitions for the Textile Study Room, 1981 Accession Number:

Multi-Colored Beaded Purse, 1917

Multi-Colored Beaded Purse, 1917

1700-50  Bag, French.  Silk and metallic threads embroidered on linen ground, metal closure.   mfa.org

Europe - Bag - Silk and metallic threads embroidered on linen ground…

Bag, late 18th century, Italian or French.

Green silk knit with ecru/yellow/brown band at top, light green at base; appliquéd pink, salmon roses and light green, green, ecru leaves.

Early 19th century, Europe - Bag - Basket-shaped drawstring bag. Ecru cotton knit embroidered with colored glass beads in floral and lattice bands. Cardboard foundation in lower half. Green cord drawstring.

Ecru cotton knit embroidered with colored glass beads in floral and lattice bands. Cardboard foundation in lower half.

Purse  Date: 1815 Culture: British Medium: silk, metal

Date: 1815 Culture: British Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: 5 x 4 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Louise G.

The Herrs: 3 Pieces of Philadelphia Needlework Bible Cover, Worked Pocket and   Irish Stitched Handscreen attributed to Esther Moore Buybe:note   attached to pocket Esther Moore Buybe Pocket her Grandmother   Lawson trained her how to make it.  Late 18th  early 19th

The Herrs: 3 Pieces of Philadelphia Needlework Bible Cover, Worked Pocket and Irish Stitched Handscreen attributed to Esther Moore Buybe:note attached to pocket Esther Moore Buybe Pocket her Grandmother Lawson trained her how to make it.

Purse 1925 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening purse ca. probably French, medium: glass, silk, metal - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse | French | late 18th century | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: C.I.59.30.7

Purse Date:late century Culture:French Medium:silk Credit Line:Gift of Catharine Oglesby, 1959 Accession

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