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SALE - Vintage 1940s Black Leather French Cocktail Gloves - 1943 - Below Elbow - 6 3/4

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Charcoal black genuine leather gloves with flower design. Gorgeous soft leather gloves, one glove is marked "Made in France for CHUNN, 43, rus riches, PARIS". The other glove is marked "6 3/4, CHEVREAU, GRENOBLE, MADE IN FRANCE, BRODD MAIN".

CONDITION
In good vintage condition. These gloves do show some very minor material wear, but still look fabulous! There is one small separation in the material on the right side of the right glove.

MEASUREMENTS
Marked size 6 3/4.
Length (Top to bottom of gloves) - 16 inches
Would best fit a petite hand.

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SALE - Vintage 1940s Black Leather French Cocktail Gloves - 1943 - Below Elbow - 6 3/4

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: nylon, glass beads
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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