A pair of ladies' black cotton simplex smart daywear gloves, circa 1930's, chainstitched, with a bold, flared cuff satin lined, made in U.S.A., bearing a “Dawnelle” trade mark

This pair is one of twelve which belonged to Mrs Doris Ethel Howard (1899-1947) who lived in South Africa. An interesting collection because of their variety and different countries of origin.

Donated by Mrs Ruth May of Perth, Western Australia in March 2006.

Accession No: 2006.4.3. +A [121. +A(iii)]
The Catalogue is under Copyright (C) 2012, The Glove Collection Trust.