I like the ones from TV I wear them until they have so many holes in them they are useless. I have small hands so it's hard to find ones that fit well. I hate begging for them from them but looks like it might be time for some more begging
I still think bare hands afford the best grip, and the Tru Vue gloves aren't durable enough to avoid all cuts. But the gloves enable us to handle anti-reflection glass & acrylic without having to clean it.
Get thee to a local butcher. They wear gloves made of chain mail, sharp knives and all. My brother, an electrian, got me some made of kevlar. Both good for cutting wounds (running your hands along the edges), but not for stabbing (shards!).
Good for your protection but may play havok with the museum glass!