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Pocket, single, embroidered Collection Royal Albert Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter Date early-mid 1700s

Pocket, single, embroidered Collection Royal Albert Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter Date early-mid

A pair of pockets joined with linen tape. The fronts of the pockets are made of white cotton embroidered in coloured wools with satin. The stem and chain are stitched in a floral pattern. The backs of the pockets are made of linen. The fabric is turned up inside the pocket to form a double bag.     Date  1740 AD - 1760 AD

Pair of Georgian pockets: century A pair of pockets joined with linen…

"Title: Pocket, single  Collection 	Gallery of Costume, Platt Hall, Manchester City Galleries  Date 	early 1800s  Description 	The front of this unusual pocket is made of plain weave cotton, printed with insects, exotic birds, urns and vases. The printed cotton has been used on its side. The back is made of plain weave cotton. The vertical opening is reinforced. A length of tape binds the top of the pocket and..."  Museum Number 	MCAG.1948.248  http://www.vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=94040=14

"Title: Pocket, single Collection Gallery of Costume, Platt Hall, Manchester…

English, early 18th century, quilted on white linen ground with green silk

English, early century, quilted on white linen ground with green silk. The pocket interior is lined with linen and the edges are bound with green silk tape. In private collection?

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