A pair of ladies' tan leather daywear gloves of the 1940's, made in the UK with full pique stitching and Cornely embroidery on small and ring fingers.

Post World War 2 utility marked gloves, surprisingly decorative for what was generally a basic functional glove. The heavier type of leather (East Indian) and the styling would indicate country wear.

Acquired at an antique fair and donated by Marion Kite.

Accession No: 2001.7.1. +A [40.i. +A]
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