Not currently on display at the V&A

Pair of Gloves

1925-1935 (made)

Pair of little girl's gloves crocheted in white cotton, with a tatted
picot edge at the wrist. The gloves are worked in a trellis pattern,
with three lines of trebles on the backs (where the stitching would be
in fabric gloves).They are pull-on in style, with elasticated wrists.


object details
Category
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 2 parts.

  • Pair of Little Girl's Gloves
  • Pair of Little Girl's Gloves
Materials and Techniques
Crocheted cotton with a tatted edging
Brief Description
Pair of little girl's gloves; French, 1925-35
Physical Description
Pair of little girl's gloves crocheted in white cotton, with a tatted

picot edge at the wrist. The gloves are worked in a trellis pattern,

with three lines of trebles on the backs (where the stitching would be

in fabric gloves).They are pull-on in style, with elasticated wrists.
DimensionsHeight: (L)13.5 cm
Object history
References:





Worn by Huguette Joris-Morize (b.1926) and her sister

Marie-Claude (the donor, b.1932) who lived in Paris.

They were the children of Alice Morize (b.1900) and her

husband M. Joris (whose family came from the Ardennes

region, but were originally Belgian).
Production
France
Collection
Accession Number
B.947:1-1993

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record createdApril 19, 2000
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