A ladies' pair of light blue leather day gloves, made by Morleys, Worcester in the UK in the 1940's, with outseam full pique stitching, an interesting cuff with thonged interwoven strips with side opening welt. Bearing the Utility Mark, interesting in itself but even more so because the glove is really quite a fancy style which is unusual for utility gloves.

Donated in 2002 by Marion Kite.

Accession No: 2002.8. +A [55. +A]
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