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Pocketbook (French, Glass beads strung with linen thread, held together by interlocking looping stitches (sablé). Costumes Image and text courtesy MFA Boston

18th c. Single Worked Pocketbook - The Glee Krueger Collection

Single Worked Pocketbook - The Glee Krueger Collection

Pocketbook  c1715 French Dimensions Overall: 3 15/16 x 6 5/16 x 9/16 in Accession Number 43.2343 Medium or Technique Glass beads strung on linen (sablé); woven silk and metallic thread.  On cardboard foundation.

Pocketbook French Dimensions Overall: 3 x 6 x in Accession Number Medium or Technique Glass beads strung on linen (sablé); woven silk and metallic thread. On cardboard foundation.

Pocketbook: device of Louis XIV French ca. 1715

France - Pocketbook: device of Louis XIV - Glass beads strung on linen (sablé), woven silk and metallic binding;

Pocketbook Category: Textiles (Needlework)  Place of Origin: United States, North America  Date: 1730-1780  Materials: Linen; Wool; Cotton; Silk  Techniques: Embroidered, Woven (plain), Sewn

Pocketbook Category: Textiles (Needlework) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: Materials: Linen;

Pocketbook - Silk plainweave (taffeta) embroidered with silk, 1780–1800

Europe - Pocketbook - Silk plainweave (taffeta) embroidered with silk, painted and painted plaster details, silk and metallic thread trim

Pocketbook: device of Louis XIV French ca. 1715

Pocketbook ~ Obverse: pastoral scene with deer, dog, birds and rabbits ~ device of Louis XIV ~ French ~ ~ Glass beads strung on linen (sablé), woven silk and metallic binding; sablé ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Pocketbook  Turkish (for the European market), 1755

Asia - Pocketbook - Silk embroidered with silk and metallic threads, metal purl, flat metal strips, chain; Design: naturalistic flowers and scrolling gold leaves showing influence from Baroque Europe, under flap inscribed:

18th Century Ladies' Pocketbook.  American Duchess:Historical Costuming: V158: Pocket Trash | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

portfolio (Pocketbook), ca. Spain, beige silk satin with embroidery. Trimmed with silver stripes and blue and silver thread embroidery Both sides are embroidered. (c) Museo del Traje Más

American Pocketbook:1740-1780 Wool; Silk; Linen; Cardboard; Canvas;Embroidered, Woven (plain), Sewn, Canvaswork

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Pocketbook, c 1760, Met Museum, wool on linen with silk tapes, 3 3/4 x 6 3/8 inches, accession number 2004.203

Pocketbook, c Met Museum, wool on linen with silk tapes, 3 x 6 inches, accession number