JAN 11

Comments (5)

  • The graphic (palm pad?) detail, narrow elastic wrist band and aristocratic proportions make me think the owner of the glove was probably Italian. I would encourage the Museum to begin its search with the Consolato Generale d’Italia a San Francisco on Webster. No doubt the owner, if Italian, will have filed a missing handwear report. You might also have otherwise underemployed Museum interns post this broadsheet around town.

  • Frank Lostaunau says:

    that looks exactly like my lost green mitten with a red edge…

    signed,

    pudlo pudlat
    mini wirehair doxie

  • Or, he is an Italian bike rider…..

  • I’ve got to hand it to you Tucker, that’s a great glove!

  • Frank Lostaunau says:

    a full on rooster

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