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Elizabeth Parker Pocketbook 1763

excellent example of needlework flame stitch wallet

Embroidered pocketbook, 18th C., V and A museum, London.

♒ Enchanting Embroidery ♒ Embroidered pocketbook, C., V and A museum, London.

18th Century Wallet with two ponies, Connecticut origin

Folky Brown Ponies Wallet with a shaped closure and non-traditional colors of teal green, yellows, and lavenders, ca.

Textiles - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

18th century Block Printed Pocket Block printed linen pocket, signed HVV, with a wonderful assortment of brown, pink/red, and blue clothing and furnishing prints. VG condition, missing one tie. New England, 4th Quarter 18th c.

century Block Printed Pocket Block printed linen pocket, signed HVV, New England

American Embroidered Reticule

American Embroidered Reticule

Here we have a very nice small mother of pearl carved needlebook. As images show it features two doves drinking from a chalice. It has a red silk

Carved Mother Of Pearl Dove Needlebook c1860

Here we have a very nice small mother of pearl carved needlebook. As images show it features two doves drinking from a chalice. It has a red silk

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Sewing Case

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Sewing Case

Pocketbook Elizabeth Parker (United States, Pennsylvania, Westchester) Colonial America, Pennsylvania, 1763 Costumes; Accessories Wool on linen; embroidery 4 x 6 in. (10.16 x 15.24 cm)

Accessories Wool on linen; embroidery 4 x 6 in.

Purse or swete-bag from the V London, English manufacture, ca. 1540. Linen fabric, embroidered with heraldic designs in silk, with tent stitch. Museum number: T.246-1927 As the V explains: The workmanship of this purse is extremely fine with 1,250 silk stitches per square inch." and "The heraldry on this purse reflects four marriages (that is, four family alliances), culminating in that of Sir Henry Parker and Elizabeth Calthorpe."

Heraldic Purse - Linen, embroidered with silk in tent stitch The heraldry on this purse reflects four marriages (that is, four family alliances), culminating in that of Sir Henry Parker and Elizabeth Calthorpe - English - ca.

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