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Medieval box for books/manuscripts, said to belong to Anne B. It is French and made from tortoise shell and ivory, an expensive item no doubt. The designs on it are very Celtic looking..

Manuscript Case Date: first half century Culture: French Medium: Tortoise Shell and ivory Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 3 x 1 in. x x cm) Classification: Ivories Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Manuscript Case

RP - c1775-1825, stunning queen stitch work, stitched for the owner, measures 4.25" x 3.75" when folded closed

RP - stunning queen stitch work, stitched for the owner, measures x when folded closed

Gentleman's flame stitch wallet - c. 1760, sold at auction $700, Fall 2006.

Augusta Auctions, October 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot Gentlemans Needle Work Pocketbook, C.

Pocketbook; Needlework, Irish Stitch, Zigzag Diamond Pattern, William B Property, 1794, 8 inch.

Needlework, Irish Stitch, Zigzag Diamond Pattern, William B Property, 8 inch.

Rare Dated 1768 18th c man's embroidered crewel wallet pocketbook

Rare Dated 1768 c man's embroidered crewel wallet pocketbook

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook

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

Needlework Pocketbook, Nelly Sudler, Somerset County, MD, 1802, w/ Sudler Family Hair Clippings -- Lot 250 -- September 15, 2012 Maryland Auction -- Crocker Farm, Inc.

Needlework Pocketbook, Nelly Sudler, Somerset County, MD, w/ Sudler Family Hair Clippings -- Lot 250 -- September 2012 Maryland Auction

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook, wool

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

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

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

Pocketbook, carnation pattern, American, ca. 1740-1790, 4" L x 7" W when folded closed

Pocketbook, carnation pattern, American, ca. L x W when folded closed

Double pocketbook -         American (New England), 1779 -       Maker Williams Cushings,        New England.   Dimensions      19.5 x 13 cm (7 11/16 x 5 1/8 in.)  Medium or Technique -       Wool embroidery on linen canvas ground with wool plain weave and serge linings and wool twill binding tape

Double pocketbook - American (New England), 1779 - Maker Williams Cushings, New England. Dimensions x 13 cm x 5 in.) Medium or Technique - Wool embroidery on linen canvas ground with wool plain weave and serge linings and wool twill binding tape

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