Here is another beautiful carved wood glove box that I wanted to share with you.
Although - not specifically for riding gloves, this is a historic pattern for gloves and other accessories!
Look at this elegant fabric glove case. If this were mine, I would store my Mothers beautiful white and cream colored leather gloves in it!
Checking a few more sidesaddle publicationS for information on gloves, I found this:
The Sidesaddle Legacy (How to Ride Aside the American Way) by Martha Coe Friddle and Linda A. Bowlby
"Gloves should be black or brown for the hunt seat and saddle seat rider. In hunter appointment classes, brown gloves, even with a black habit, are correct. Tradition says that a lady did not wear black gloves since the black gloves were dyed and the color would come off onto her hands (they still do that today). Leather is naturally brown so there would be no dye to discolor a lady's hands with brown gloves....Movement of the hands is less noticeable if the color of the gloves blends in and does not contrast with the outfit.
...so there seems to be quite a bit of conflict of what is proper ...and what is not!