Probably made in France, Europe  Date: 1725-50  Medium: Cover of solid embroidery, mostly of couched metallic threads (very fine gilde...

Probably made in France, Europe Date: 1725-50 Medium: Cover of solid embroidery, mostly of couched metallic threads (very fine gilde...

Purse Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made) Date:  1600-1650 (made) Artist/Maker:  Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:  Embroidered canvas with coloured silk, silver and silver-gilt thread and seed pearls, silk braid, lined with silk

Purse

Purse Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1600-1650 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered canvas with coloured silk, silver and silver-gilt thread and seed pearls, silk braid, lined with silk

Aumônière, France, vers 1775-1790  Cannelé, broderie de paillettes, clinquant et cannetille, application de résille métallique

Aumônière, France, vers 1775-1790 Cannelé, broderie de paillettes, clinquant et cannetille, application de résille métallique

Purse  Artist/maker unknown, Italian  Geography: Made in Italy, Europe Date: 17th century Medium: Embroidered satin

Purse Artist/maker unknown, Italian Geography: Made in Italy, Europe Date: 17th century Medium: Embroidered satin

Exquisite petite point bag, 1810-30 France, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Exquisite petite point bag, 1810-30 France, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Art Nouveau Mesh Purse Antique Sterling Silver by SarahAndJohns, $285.00...yes, Yes, YES!!!

Art Nouveau Mesh Purse Antique Sterling Silver by SarahAndJohns, $285.00...yes, Yes, YES!!!

'purse made with oya embroidery- Turkey, early 19th C'. So inspiring!  Wow, what a beauty

'purse made with oya embroidery- Turkey, early 19th C'. So inspiring! Wow, what a beauty

Pique aiguilles. par Labrocantedely sur Etsy

Pique aiguilles

Pique aiguilles. par Labrocantedely sur Etsy

1770 purse

1770 purse

Purse, reticule  About 1830, 19th century  17.6 x 17.7 cm  Gift of Miss A. L. Esdaile  M18075  © McCord Museum

Purse, reticule About 1830, 19th century 17.6 x 17.7 cm Gift of Miss A. L. Esdaile M18075 © McCord Museum

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