Here's a nice clothing accessory for a bisque or compo doll from the Edwardian 1920's era. The gloves are made of a gray silver fabric in a stripe design. Fabric is probably a blend of cotton, maybe wool. Almost of a knit like material.
Nice detailed stitching on the back of hand. A piece of narrow elastic is stitched near the top edge on the back of glove. The elastic has lost it stretch, otherwise, would have adjusted the fit to the doll's hand.
The measurements: From the top of glove to the tip of the middle finger, the length is 3-1/2" long. The length of the thumb is 1-1/2" long. Circumference of the glove around the top edge is 4-1/4". Because of the elastic being extended as far as it will go, the 4-1/4" would be max.
Condition: No holes that I found. A bit of spotting, probably from storage, on the palm.