Drawstring bag. English, 1575–1650 England. Dimensions:  Overall (without ribbon): 13 x 13 cm (5 1/8 x 5 1/8 in.)  Medium or Technique: Linen; plain weave embroidered with silk, silver metallic threads, and metal purl; silk ribbons

Drawstring bag English, England Dimensions Overall (without ribbon): 13 x 13 cm x 5 in.) Medium or Technique Linen; plain weave embroidered with silk, silver metallic threads, and metal purl;

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