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Purse, circa 1430 from Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna

Antique purse dated ca. 1430 from Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna

Mary Frances peacock purse-Love the bag! Peacock WEdding

Mardi Gras Art and Crafts with Peacock Decorations

Castle Framed Purse, circa 15th or 16th century

But Where Should I Put It? Part I

Century Purse, European, Iron and Leather / The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters Collection, 1952

Purse, ca. 1600 Purse with drawstring top and tasseled bottom, made up of six shield-shaped panels of figured silk sewn together; the seams are covered with gilt wire. Each panel is ornamented with embroidery in couched bullion and metal thread embroidery. Secured at the top with silk cords ending in tassels with braided metallic heads.

Figured silk purse embroidered with gold 1600 Europe (country unknown)

Schwedler / set composed of cutlass with scabbard and 3 cutlery, Weidmesser with sheath and 3 flatware, hunting horn, Schwedler, powder bottle, dog collar and girdle 1606-07

Schwedler / set composed of cutlass with scabbard and 3 cutlery, Weidmesser with sheath and 3 flatware, hunting horn, Schwedler, powder bottle, dog collar and girdle 1606-07

Art Nouveau 18K yellow gold mesh evening bag by LaCloche Freres with sculpted swallow

Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Mesh Sculpted Swallow Evening Bag by LaCloche Freres [bird clasp]

Purses on deposit in Kunsthistorische museum, Vienna (16th century)

Purses on deposit in Kunsthistorische museum, Vienna century) Need updated colour photos

Purse Frame (image 2) | possibly French | 15th-16thc entury | iron | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 55.61.16

Purse Frame (image 2) | possibly French | 15th-16thc entury | iron | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 55.61.16

1910~15 French Callot Soers Evening Bag or Pouch  Linen & Silk

Evening pouch Attributed to Callot Soeurs (French, active Designer: Attributed to Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: Culture: probably French Medium: linen, silk Dimensions: 21 in.

Purse, early 17th century  English  Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches

Purse Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches; silk cord and silk and metal thread tassels Accession Number:

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