Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves

Ladies Wrist-Length Riding Gloves From Unlined Doeskin

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Size 6.5 Sizing Guide

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Leather: White Doeskin

Lining: Unlined

Crafted in natural colour doeskin, these ladies gloves feature a special knot-stitch seam which is considered by the glove makers’ guild an art in itself. The sewing machine makes a knot after each stitch creating very durable seams. With a button closing at the wrist and three decorative points on the back, these unlined gloves are typical for horse riding, but they can be worn also as dress gloves.

The cut and fitted leather pieces for each pair of gloves are passed on to the stitchers. These artisans can sew leather by hand, with outstanding mastery and precision, without any prior signing or piercing to guide their stitches. All gloves are table cut by hand, one pair at a time. The cutter’s skills, knowledge and touch are essential in manufacturing a pair of well fitting handmade gloves of exceptional beauty.

Considered during the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire the nobility’s leather par excellence, this traditional ‘officer’s leather’ was dearly appreciated at the imperial court. With a pleasant touch, supple and very smooth, doeskin is still used today for the gloves of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.