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Pocket (Double pocket) Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: 1750-1775 Materials: Cotton; Wool; Linen Museum Object Number: 1954.0055.001
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Double pocket, North America, Undyed cotton embroidered with multicoloured floral motifs in wool thread.

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Pocket (Double pocket) Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: 1750-1775 Materials: Cotton; Wool; Linen Museum Object Number: 1954.0055.001

Pocket (Double pocket)        Category:        Textiles (Clothing)      Place of Origin:        United States, North America      Date:        1750-1775      Materials:        Cotton; Wool; Linen      Museum Object Number:        1954.0055.001

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Pocket (Double pocket) Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: Materials: Cotton;

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Check out the printed fabric binding and the braided cord ties. 1969.691. Winterthur.
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Wool, Linen Pocket Love the finishing 1 of 2

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Check out the printed fabric binding and the braided cord ties. 1969.691. Winterthur.

Check out the printed fabric binding and the braided cord ties. 1969.691. Winterthur.
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Double sewing pocket, American, ca.

Crewelwork Pocket, USA, cotton, wool and Pocket

Double hanging pocket with bird embroidery -

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Crewel embroidered linen pocket Pennsylvania, 1740-1770. I keep waiting for crewel to make a come-back. I mean, look at this. How pretty!
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Crewel embroidered linen pocket Pennsylvania, embroidery is still very popular today.

Crewel embroidered linen pocket Pennsylvania, 1740-1770. I keep waiting for crewel to make a come-back. I mean, look at this. How pretty!

Crewel embroidered linen pocket Pennsylvania, 1740-1770. I keep waiting for crewel to make a come-back.  I mean, look at this.  How pretty!
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A crewel embroidered work bag, English, dated 1710, worked with a flowering plant sprouting from a hummock with small beasts running to either side, some of the blooms with French knot centres, edged in scarlet wool braid with tassels.
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A crewel embroidered work bag, English, dated 1710, worked with a flowering plant sprouting from a hummock with small beasts running to either side, some of the blooms with French knot centres, edged in scarlet wool braid with tassels.

A crewel embroidered work bag, English, dated 1710, worked with a flowering plant sprouting from a hummock with small beasts running to either side, some of the blooms with French knot centres, edged in scarlet wool braid with tassels.
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Early to mid 1700s pocket. The front of this pocket is made of twill weave linen and also lined with linen. It is embroidered in colourful wools in flowers, stems and leaves. The back is made of plain weave linen. The tapes are made of linen and form part of the pocket top.
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Early to mid 1700s pocket. The front of this pocket is made of twill weave linen and also lined with linen. It is embroidered in colourful wools in flowers, stems and leaves. The back is made of plain weave linen. The tapes are made of linen and form part of the pocket top.

Early to mid 1700s pocket. The front of this pocket is made of twill weave linen and also lined with linen. It is embroidered in colourful wools in flowers, stems and leaves. The back is made of plain weave linen. The tapes are made of linen and form part of the pocket top.
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Lovely printed calico bindings. Pocket. 1958.2233. Winterthur Museum.
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Lovely printed calico bindings. Pocket. 1958.2233. Winterthur Museum.

Lovely printed calico bindings. Pocket. 1958.2233. Winterthur Museum.

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Pocket c1750-1800 America Materials: Wool; Linen; Silk Museum Object Number: 1958.2051

Pocket (Lady's pocket) Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: Materials: Wool;

Textiles (Clothing) - Pocket 1780-1810.  This date range relates to the combination of textiles, the white grounded floral being earlier, although this could all be contemporary to the 19thc as the floral motifs are so varied and continuous throughout the 18thc and on into the 19thc - Angela Burnley

Textiles (Clothing) - Pocket (Double pocket) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Textiles (Clothing) - Pocket, 1750-1775

Textiles (Clothing) - Pocket (Double pocket) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

I think I've seen this one in person! Just went to Winterthur last year. Pocket, American, ca. 1780-1840 Winterthur Museum

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pair of 1796 embroidered linen pockets

Pocket Date: 1796 Culture: probably American Medium: linen Dimensions: Length: 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of The New York Historical Society, 1979 Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pocket | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Pocket | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

1701-1702 British Workbag at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Capacious work bags were an important domestic accessory in the eighteenth century, and their decoration and scale reflected changing fashions in needlework...Work bags tended to be large so as to contain the substantial hanks of coloured worsted wool used for crewelwork, and made of linen or cotton."

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Workbag Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered in crewel wool on a linen and cotton ground Museum number:

Pocket | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Pocket | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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