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Textile Fragment with Ogival Pattern Date: 14th century Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; lampas Accession Number: 46.156.17

Textile Fragment with Ogival Pattern Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk;

60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion | MorgansLists.com - The stockings from the collection of Imperial Regalia at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Weltliche Schatzkammer,  (12th century) These are made of red silk, with gold embroidery and tapestry-woven green silk cuffs.

The embroidered red silk stockings from the collection of Imperial Regalia at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Weltliche Schatzkammer, Inventory Number: These are made of red silk, with gold embroidery and tapestry-woven green silk cuffs.

a textile fragment decorated with blue silk hearts, from Egypt, Mamluk Period (1250-1517)

textile fragment decorated with blue silk hearts, from Egypt, Mamluk Period

Fragment of an Orphrey Date: 13th century Culture: British Medium: Linen ground, worked in colored silks and gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 9 1/4 x 5 3/4in. (23.5 x 14.6cm) Accession Number: 17.77 Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fragment of an Orphrey Date: century Culture: British Medium: Linen ground, worked in colored silks and gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 5 x Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

Battle of Legnano 1176  The Empire lead by Frederick I "Redbeard" against the single city of Milan Milan defeated the empire.

Battle of Legnano 1176 The Empire lead by Frederick I "Redbeard" against the single city of Milan Milan defeated the empire.

Textile fragment, first half of 12th century  Spain  Silk brocade; a compound weave, MET in NYC

Textile fragment, first half of century Spain Silk and gold-wrapped silk; a compound weave Textile fragment [Spain]

Textile Date: 13th–14th century Culture: German Medium: Linen Classification: Textiles-Printed

Textile Date: century Culture: German Medium: Linen Classification…

The needlework known as Opus Anglicanum represents the finest of medieval English embroidery, in both the secular and ecclesiastic worlds.

Orphrey Date: third quarter century Culture: British Medium: metal, silk, linen Dimensions: 6 x 40 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles

Linen fragment; appliqué, 13th/14th century Egypt, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 1974.113.1

The appliqué design on this linen textile is executed in a color similar to the base fabric. On one edge, four pointed lappets are suspended from the rectangular fabric by a row of threads. The lappets alternate between two designs

Fragment  Date:     13th century Geography:     Spain Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Silk; tapestry-woven

Fragment Date: century Geography: Spain Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; Okay, its century, not but such cloths do exist in the century too,

Fragment Date: 12th century Culture: German (Rhine) Medium: Linen Classification: Textiles-Painted and Printed Accession Number: 09.50.1567

Fragment Date: century Culture: German (Rhine) Medium: Linen Dimensions: No dimensions recorded. Classification: Textiles-Painted and Printed Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number:

Образцы итальянских тканей XV века

Образцы итальянских тканей XV века

Two griffons back-to-back. 11th Century: Two griffons back-to-back. Silk serge an wool. Fragment; from a reliquary. Byzantine. Musee de Valere, Sion, France. Volbach, Early Decorative Textiles p.147

Two griffons back-to-back ~ Century ~ silk serge and wool ~ Fragment from a reliquary ~ Byzantine ~ Musee de Valere, Sion, France.

Part of a episcopal stocking | V&A Search the Collections

Part of a buskin Place of origin: England, Britain Materials and Techniques: Woven silk twill, embroidered with silver-gilt thread and silks Museum

Part of a buskin  Place of origin: England, Britain  Date:1220-1250  Materials and Techniques: Woven silk twill, embroidered with silver-gilt thread and silks  Museum number:1380-1901
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