Needle holder, England, 1670-1680 (maybe); Victoria & Albert Museum No. T.438&A-1990; part of the Martha Edlin casket contents. Needle holder in the form of a cylinder which pulls apart into two unequal parts. Made of a card core wrapped in shaded embroidered blue silks and silver thread completely covering the surfaces when closed.
Pair of wedding knives Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1600-1625 (made) Artist/Maker: Jencks, John (Joseph) (maker) Materials and Techniques: Steel, gold, silver, amber, linen, leather, silk, silk thread, silver-gilt threads; damascened, hand sewn, hand embroidered
A drawn picture English, mid-17th Century A linen panel drawn in ink and en grisaille, designed with a central female figure of Hope, a dove perched on her hand and an anchor in the foreground, a stag and leopard to either side, a flower in each corner and various birds, animals, insects and flowers, 25.5cm x 37cm (10in x 14 1/2in), framed and glazed; Bonhams auction house
Not sure what this is exactly, but I translated the description: Oblong, tapering bag with cap, leather divided into three compartments, lined with purple velvet and embroidered with gold and silver wire, freshwater pearls and silver lovers, anonymous, 1600
Purse, beadwork embroidery, France. V This purse is inscribed IAME MON ESCLAVAGE and ICY EST MON SECRET, the monogram and motto of Marie Antoinette. The purse may have been associated with her or her court circle.