About this objectOne of a pair of gloves made of twill fabric, khaki colour. possibly used in wartime.
Place MadeStoke-sub-Hamdon (Stoke-Under-Ham)
Place NotesStoke-sub-Hamdon (or Stoke sub Hamdon), also known as Stoke under Ham, is a large village and civil parish in the South Somerset district of Somerset, England. It is situated 5 miles (8 km) west of Yeovil, with which it is linked by the A3088 road. The parish is located near the River Parrett, and includes the village of East Stoke.
Inscription and MarksInside left glove stamped 'South Combe Bros LTD Stoke-Under-Ham 1944 (1844 written in pencil on the card)
Object numberSTMEA: 2006-14a
Copyright LicenceAttribution - Non-commercial (cc)