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There are certain procedures and actions that people undertake in order to secure their ends, meet their needs, or pursue their goals (Blumer, 1969, p. Beck, who wrote a book on Gloves in 1883, believed that it was important to establish the “dignity of gloves, to show their long descent and value in costume, and to give them the position in the history of antiquity, to which their intimate relationship with the affairs of men fairly entitles them” (Beck, reprinted in 1969, p. This article does not purport to be an in-depth study of gloves.

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The gloves and cuffs were often embroidered in fine silk, or over-loaded with ornaments. When short sleeves became modish in the 1700s women would wear long gloves.

The embroidery resembled the magnificent tapestries of the times. Gernsheim (1981), points out that in the 1850s, French kid gloves fitted like a second skin so that the fingernails showed through (p. Some gloves reached half-way up the forearm, and others ended on the upper arm, or above the elbow.

By the middle of fourteenth century, the occupation of Glover was big business throughout Europe (Beck, 1969, p. Glovers used a number of skins, fabrics, scents, and decorations in the crafting of gloves which varied in length, shape, and color. From the 1400s onwards, gloves made from the skins of lamb, sheep, doe, calf, hare, and chicken were in demand by the upper echelons of society.

Over the centuries, sturdy leather gloves were worn by people who had to protect their hands such as labourers, field workers, men and women who had hawks as companions, and knights involved in battles and tournaments. Some of the other skins that were used in the fabrication of gloves included tanned ox, elk, buck, goat, and dog-skin (Boucher, n.d., p. Dog-skin appears to have had a certain cachet for some people.

From a symbolic interactionist perspective, individuals respond toward objects, in this case gloves, on the basis of the meanings that these objects hold for them and the meanings are derived through social interaction.

When we refer to social interaction, we refer to the mutual orientation and shaping of conduct that leads to a joint action that is mutually recognized and to which are attached certain patterns of behavior. This article attempts to show that in the past, the humble glove represented an outward and visible sign of a person’s faith, loyalty, trust, amity, love, honour, hostility and defiance towards others.

Every kind of flower, stitched particularly in pink, butterflies, columbines, and even little goldfinches adorned these gloves. By the 1870s, twelve and fifteen button white kid, silk, or velvet gloves were worn with evening or dinner dress. Fingerless gloves have a long history dating back to the early Romans and Greeks.

For a period of time the cavaliers wore white gloves with broad black lace ruffles and heavy fringes, or gloves of a pearl colour trimmed with gold (Beck, 1969, p. From 1890-1902 very long suede gloves with as many as twenty buttons were in vogue. The practical side of fingerless gloves was that they allowed a person to carry out tasks requiring finger dexterity such as stitching and embroidery.

Kybalova, et al (1968), state that sack shaped coverings without fingers dating back to the 21st Dynasty were found in the Egyptian Pyramids (p. In 1922, archeologists discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamen remains of gloves decorated with a plaited, scale-motif design (Boucher, n.d., p. Beck (1969) makes reference to Bzovius’ who described the gloves placed on the hands of Boniface the Eight (1235-1303) at the time of his internment as being made of white silk, beautifully worked with the needle, and ornamented with a rich border studded with pearls (p. For many centuries fashion gloves had formed part of the costume worn by royalty, bishops, and higher ranking men and women, and by the fourteenth century they were worn by members of all classes.

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