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Mittens Gloves “Milorada” with Embroidery

Mittens Gloves “Milorada” with Embroidery
$84.00
$69.00

Shipping & Manufacturing

Standard shipping:$10.00
Standard shipping time:16-21 Days
Express shipping:$29.00
Express shipping time:5-8 Days
Manufacturing time:30-38 Days

Mittens color:

Red wool
Black wool
Ivory wool
Grey wool
Red wine wool
Dark blue wool

Embroidery color:

Black flax linen
Natural flax linen

Measurements

Half Gloves “Milorada”

Red woolen embroidered wrist warmers

High fingerless gloves made of natural wool are a great addition to many winter and demi-season outfits. They'll keep your hands and arms warm while still letting you use your fingers for any activities.

The mittens are handmade using soft shafty wool, which is not bulky but extremely warm. The lacing on the inner side of the gloves makes it easy to adjust their size. Natural thread embroidered pattern with eastern motifs gives them a unique look.

These stylish mittens are a terrific way to add a touch of class to your daily ensemble. They are ideally suited to complement your scarlet “Queen of Shamakhan” costume or the “Russian Seasons” set.

Materials:

  • Wool;
  • Linen thread.

Features:

  • Uncovered fingers;
  • Handmade ornamental stitches;
  • Handmade embroidery.

Size chart for the Mittens:

  • S/M: Hand circumference — 7" (18 cm); length of the mittens — 10" (25 cm); circumference of the arm below the wrist - 8⅓" (21 cm);
  • L/XL: Hand circumference — 778" (20 cm); length of the mittens — 1014" (26 cm); circumference of the arm below the wrist — 1014" (26 cm).

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

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