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These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design for this purse comes from a surviving example in the Bayerisches National Museum and is a common style in the 16th and 17th centuries. It hangs from a leather cord and is 7 x 7 inches (18 x 18 cms) when open. The main section is large and lined with soft chamois leather. There are also four outer pockets.  £85

These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design for this purse comes from a surviving example in the Bayerisches National Museum and is a c

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

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

This purse was in made in France, ca.1170–1190. It's embroidered with silk threads on red linen fabric. This would have been luxurious item and would have made quite the statement hanging from someone's belt. Currently in the collection of the Musée Alfred-Bonno in Chelles

embroidered purse, Silk thread on linen. 10 x 13 cm. Musee Municipal Alfred-Bonno (Siene-et-Marne) Beads or buttons on the purse strings and purse edge.

Made from vegtanned calf goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes and they are made entirely by hand. This design is based on a figure in 'The Peasant Dance' by Pieter Bruegel painted in 1568. It hangs from a leather cord and is 9 x 6 inches (23 x 15 cms). The front and back of the main section is made from calf leather to help keep it's shape and there is a wide side gusset which gives it lots of room. The front has a seperate pocket. £60

Made from vegtanned calf & goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes…

These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design is based on a figure in 'The Wedding Dance In The Open Air' by Pieter Bruegel painted in 1556. It hangs from a leather cord and is 8 x 6 inches (20 x 15 cms) when open. The main section is wide enough to get your hand inside and the two outer pockets are held closed with their own drawstrings.

These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design is based on a figure in 'The Wedding Dance In The Open Air' by Pieter Bruegel painted in 15

Drawstring bag      English, late 16th–early 17th century       England  Dimensions      Overall (without tassels and cord): 14 x 14.5 cm (5 1/2 x 5 11/16 in.)  Medium or Technique      Silk; twill, silk knotted net with gold metallic needle lace embroidery, spangles and wire; braided silk and metallic cords and tassels  Classification      Personal accessories   Accession Number      38.1230

twill, silk knotted net with gold metallic needle lace embroidery, spangles and wire; braided silk and metallic cords and tassels

Three purses from the 16th and 17th centuries at the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich

Three purses from the and centuries at the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich

handmade girdle purse made for Marquart von Sternberg. 1370s (leather, brass, silk, citrine, garnet)

The person wearing this would be of wealth & class. ALady handmade girdle purse made for Marquart von Sternberg.

Karl has great bags and cases at great prices. He also has a variant of this with an internal coin purse. - 17th Century Ladies Purse

Karl has great bags and cases at great prices. He also has a variant of this with an internal coin purse.

Suviving example of a 16th - 17th century goatskin bag - in the Bayerisches National Museum.

Suviving example of a - century goatskin bag - in the Bayerisches National Museum.

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda Date: 14th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on canvas Accession Number: 27.48.2

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda ~ France ~ century ~ silk and metal thread on canvas ~ embroidered textile ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

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