Lady's Bag, circa late 18th century

Green silk knit with ecru/yellow/brown band at top, light green at base; appliquéd pink, salmon roses and light green, green, ecru leaves.

Lace

Bag. embroidery on black silk netting

Round drawstring bag, rusty black netted silk, four pie-shaped panels, each with different floral serpentine in bibila work, gold tassel at bottom. The Elizabeth Day McCormick Collection

Round drawstring bag, rusty black netted silk, four pie-shaped panels, each with different floral serpentine in bibila work, gold tassel at bottom.

Round drawstring bag, rusty black netted silk, four pie-shaped panels, each with different floral serpentine in bibila work, gold tassel at bottom. The Elizabeth Day McCormick Collection

Drawstring bag, biblia work, open in arrangement, with four vertical sprays of pink and green flowers and foliage, gold tassel.

Small oval drawstring bag, green silk net with chains stitch flowers worked with silks and metal thread.

Reticule, materials given as "netting" (probably silk), date not given (I suspect early 19th century, but I wouldn't put money on it).

Drawstring bag, ivory fancy openwork netted ground, bibila flowers in relief, bibila flower tassel.

19th Century.  Drawstring Bag, Possibly Greece.   Round drawstring silk netted bag, blue ground, four pie-shaped panels, each with different flanel serpentine in bibila work in colored silks, gold tassel.  mfa.org     suzilove.com

Lace bag made of silk net with silk bibila lace, gilt metal thread and tassels, and silk cording and was made in the This lace bag is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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