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 century Blue and white crewel (wool) embroidery; bleached linen ground, and printed cotton edging Museum Collections Fund,

18th century Pocket

Pocket English England Dimensions x 21 cm x 8 in. ) Medium or Technique Silk, linen, metallic threads;

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

Homespun natural linen F, B, & lining, dark & medium indigo blue cross & satin stitch embroidery in designs of fanciful flowers, fronds & 1 .

Patchwork pocket, late 1700s- early 1800s © The Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland

Patchwork pocket, late early © The Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland

Pair of Georgian pockets: 1771-1780

Pair of white linen pockets embroidered with wool thread in a floral design; backed and bound with plain canvas; both pockets joined with linen ribbon ties.

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

This pieced cotton (probably homespun), linen and wool, with bright crewel work in a floral vine pattern, possibly from New England, ca.

Woman's Pockets England, mid-18th century

England Woman’s Pockets, century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Silk, linen, 14 x 8 in. x cm) Gift of Dr. Alessandro Morandotti Costume and Textiles Department.

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

Woman's Pocket Made in United States Mid- to late century Artist/maker unknown, American Printed cotton plaine weave, ivory linen plain weave, twill tape 16 x 12 inches x cm)

Pair of Georgian pockets: Date 1740 AD - 1760 AD

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

Woman's Pockets England, mid-18th century

England Woman’s Pockets, century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Silk, linen, 15 x 8 in. Schott Bequest Costume and Textiles Department.

Creation date: 1720-1750

Image: Pair of roughly triangular-shaped pockets with curved bottoms and tape ties attached to the flat top edges (one tape is attached at b.

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