He began; clumsily at first, as yonder gauntletted knight attempting the briny handkerchief.
Cited from The Egoist, by George Meredith
Without a word he gave her his hand, saw her mounted, surrendered Persis's jerking reins into her gauntletted grip and swung up to the back of his own horse.
Cited from The Bells of San Juan, by Jackson Gregory
She leant forward with her elbow on the saddle and her chin in the small gauntletted hand, looked up the valley absently and then back at him, with a frank speculation in her eyes which was too frank and calm to be flattering, and was, indeed, somewhat embarrassing.
Cited from At Love's Cost, by Charles Garvice