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Rewoven Fabric from 12th century... wonderful. small-falcons_stor.jpg 800×800 Pixel

Pomegranate A copy of a French century, Arras tapestry design typical of those coarsely woven for use as wall-hangings and once commonly furnishing middle-class houses of the period.

extile with Brocade Date: ca. 1200 Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 6 1/2 × 8 1/4 in. (16.5 × 21 cm)

Textile with Brocade Date: ca. 1200 Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 6 × 8 in.

13th cent. Italian silk and metallic thread.  Textile Fragment with brocade with Bird, Dragon, and Palmette Motifs

C Italy silk and metallic thread brocade textile fragment with with bird, dragon, and palmette motifs.

Museum of Fine Arts, Bostonpanish (probably Almería), Early 12th  Design of pairs of lions attacking human-headed birds within circles connected by smaller circles containing inscriptions, red, green, and light brown silk (weft) and gold thread (brocaded). The inscription has been translated by R. Guest as follows "This was made in the town of Baghdad, may God guard it." Provenance. Said to come from a shroud from the tomb of bishop San Pedro de Osma (d. 1109) Cathedral of Burgo de Osma…

Fragment with wrestling lions and harpies Spanish (probably Almería) , Early century 50 x 43 cm x 16 in.) Silk lampas with supplementary discontinuous metal-wrapped patterning wefts

Lampas textile silk and gold Italy second half of 14th century - Lampasso - Wikipedia

Lampas textile silk and gold Italy second half of century - Ilkhanate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

wonderful reproduction: Silk brocade Italy, medieval pattern, 14th century

Silk brocade Italy, medieval pattern, 14th century, red

wonderful reproduction: Silk brocade Italy, medieval pattern, 14th century

En la primera tabica superior se representa una mujer de pie que está hilando. Viste gonela y sobre ella cota amplia sin mangas. Toca rizada enrollada a la cabeza y barboquejo. Sujeta el huso con la mano izquierda en alto mientras pasa el hilo por la derecha.

En la primera tabica superior se representa una mujer de pie que está hilando. Viste gonela y sobre ella cota amplia sin mangas. Toca rizada enrollada a la cabeza y barboquejo. Sujeta el huso con la mano izquierda en alto mientras pasa el hilo por la derecha.

The neckline of the Saint Louis tunic. note the tiny dart at the point of the neckline; darts like this are also present at the points of the skirt gores.

Saint Louis' linen shirt, this shirt is held in the museum of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It is believed to have belonged to King Louis IX of France, later canonized as Saint Louis and who lived from 1214 - 1270 Close up on neck and fabric

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