4 single Jubilee Gloves to Commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee c1897.
|Gloves Worn by Charles I c 1625-1649. Cream/yellow leather, gloves. Whip- stitched seams, by hand using fine silk thread. The glove is attached to gauntlets consisting of eight rounded tabs covered with ivory silk satin, embroidered with flowers in coloured silks and gold metal thread. The join where the gauntlet and glove meet is hidden beneath a band of ruched pink silk ribbon edged with gold bobbin lace with sequins. Lined, only at tabs.|
|Gloves Worn By Queen Victoria c 1861-1901. Black fine wool jersey knit fabric, gloves, Prix seams, a combination of hand and machine sewn. The thumb is cut separately and has been joined to the body of the glove with seaming around the base. Points - 3 chain stitch points. 4 ½ BL. No button opening. The glove has a flared cuff, cut on the cross, which has been seamed and joined to the glove at the wrist with a twill tape. Unlined. Turned top, with one row of machine stitching.|
|A Coronation Glove, Elizabeth I. White alum tawed sueded leather, left hand gauntlet glove. Prix seams, all hand sewn. The cuff is decorated with silver thread, purl and sequins, and silk satin inserts in a stylized design showing an Orb, flowers and leaves. Lined. The cuff is lined with dark cream/beige silk fabric. Turned top, with the silk lining hiding the seams inside. The edge of the cuff is trimmed with twisted thread fringing.|