A pair of ladies' tan leather day gloves, made in the UK in the 1950's, handsewn. The gloves were made by Webbs of Hertford and stamped ‘Antello'which could possibly mean that the leather is antelope. The leather is a buffed grain. Webbs were leatherdressers as well as glove manufacturers.

Donated in 2002 by Douglas Sweet.

Accession No: 2002.9.2. +A [56.ii. +A]
The Catalogue is under Copyright (C) 2012, The Glove Collection Trust.