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Drawstring bag, 1575-1625  Linen; plain weave embroidered with silk, metallic threads, wire, metal purl, spangles, glass bead; braided silk cords and tassels  2 person braid? Braid made with same embroidery silk as bag?

Motif of flowers with coiling gold wire stems; insect and small bird. Linen canvas ground completely covered in embroidery. Silver metallic threads make ground in slanted satin stitch.

Flowered Antique Handbag with chain 1900 by Chandeluse on Etsy

Flowered Antique Handbag with chain 1900 by Chandeluse on Etsy

Drawstring bag. Late 16th early 17th century. 13x13cm. Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, sliver and gold metallic threads.  Braded silk and metallic cords and tassels

English, late century MFA Boston Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, silver and gold metallic threads Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels

Drawstring bag        English, 1575–1650

Europe - Drawstring bag - Tapestry weave in silk and metallic threads Braided silk cords and tassels

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Red Velvet Bag with wallet, thick tapestry velvet fabrics, fabric roses, handmade ooak

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Drawstring bag, English Silk satin embroidered with silver metallic threads, metal purl, wire, and spangles Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels Boston MFA

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French Heptagonal Bag 1800 Old rose moiré silk panels on steel cockade frame. Cut steel rosettes at rivets. White ribbon on steel rings. White silk lining. from the Met Museum

Drawstring bag | England | late 1500s to early 1600s | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drawstring Bag ~ England ~ late to early ~ Silk satin emroidered with silk, gold metallic threads, metal purl, and seed pearls Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Purse (ca.1680) with goldwork embroidery on a silk or linen base. From the Pragmatic Costumer blog

Purse Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1680 (made) Materials and Techniques: Silk, decorated with metal thread, with metal mount Museum number: