18th century: Pockets

Pockets from the 18th century.
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Attributed to Matilda Cook  Embroidered “M C”  Hadley, Massachusetts  Late 18th century  Blue and white crewel (wool) embroidery; bleached linen ground, and printed cotton edging  Museum Collections Fund, 2008.4.9

Attributed to Matilda Cook Embroidered “M C” Hadley, Massachusetts Late 18th century Blue and white crewel (wool) embroidery; bleached linen ground, and printed cotton edging Museum Collections Fund, 2008.4.9

18th century Pocket

18th century Pocket

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.

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.

Pocket American (New England), 1750–1800

Pocket American (New England), 1750–1800

Pair of Georgian pockets: 1771-1780

Pair of Georgian pockets: 1771-1780

Embroidered Lady's Pocket, 18th-early 19th C, Augusta Auctions, April 9, 2014 - NYC

Embroidered Lady's Pocket, 18th-early 19th C, Augusta Auctions, April 9, 2014 - NYC

SilkBrocade's Passion for Fashion: New England Lady's Pocket, c.1760

SilkBrocade's Passion for Fashion: New England Lady's Pocket, c.1760

Woman's Pockets England, mid-18th century

Woman's Pockets England, mid-18th century

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Pocket: 16"x12", printed cotton plain weave, twill tape, acc no. 1966-153-12

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Pocket: 16"x12", printed cotton plain weave, twill tape, acc no. 1966-153-12

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