Medieval Embroidery

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Random spot sampler, detached motifs embroidered with colored silks and metallic thread in interlacing and geometric designs. Medieval Embroidery, Embroidery Sampler, Vintage Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Textile Patterns, Textile Art, Louise Bourgeois, Thread Art, Vintage Textiles

Sampler (England), 17th century

Random spot sampler, detached motifs embroidered with colored silks and metallic thread in interlacing and geometric designs.

Date: late century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, linen, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 46 in. cm) Width: 62 in. cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Blackwork Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Hand Embroidery, Historical Costume

Blouse | Italian | The Met

BlouseDate: late 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, linen, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 46 1/2 in. (118.1 cm) Width: 62 in. (157.5 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edwin O. Holter (Sarah Sage), 1941

Met Museum: Embroidery Fragment Date: century Culture: Swiss Medium: Silk embroidery on linen plain weave Dimensions: Overall: 24 x 27 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Accession Number: Medieval Embroidery, Embroidery Applique, Embroidery Patterns, Medieval Crafts, Medieval Art, Medieval Pattern, Textiles Techniques, Textile Fiber Art, Westerns

Embroidery Fragment | Swiss | The Met

Detail from 14th c. Swiss embroidery [silk on linen]. Accession No. 2010.29. Cloisters Collection.

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Weaving Patterns, Embroidery Patterns, Textiles, Norse Clothing, Historical Art, Ancient Artifacts, Asian Art

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Welcome to the Yousef Jameel Online Centre, making the Eastern Art collections at the Ashmolean Musem available online. Discover art from the Islamic Middle East, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, and the Himalayas.

The Coded Couture of Antique Lacework Hairpin Lace Crochet, Crochet Motif, Crochet Edgings, Crochet Shawl, Needle Lace, Bobbin Lace, Paper Lace, Lace Fabric, Antique Lace

The Coded Couture of Antique Lacework

Portrait of Ana de Velasco y Girón (1585-1607), Duchess of Braganza They were like snowflakes spun from silk, sought after just as feverishly as gold on the black market. Whether they were twisted with pearls or tied with silver knots, no two pieces of lace were the same in 1765. All to often for

© Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford Part of a tunic front with geometric pattern and birds Egypt Mamluk Period - linen, embroidered with coloured silk; with seams in flax Ashmolean Museum, Univ of Oxford Ethno Tattoo, Textiles, Textile Patterns, Beuys Joseph, Medieval Embroidery, Drawn Thread, Historical Clothing, Islamic Art, Asian Art

An Overview of Men’s Abbasid (9th-10th Century) Persian Clothing

Introduction The Abbasid Caliphate period in Islamic history saw the cultural focus shift from the Arabian Peninsular to Persia, and the rise of the Persian Secretarial class as the fashion trend setters and arbiters of fine taste within the Islamic world. The secretarial class, or Kātib as they were called, were able to draw their…

Sample book Date: early century Culture: Spanish or Italian Dimensions: 8 x x Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Gift of Miss Mary Parsons, 1925 Accession Number: Embroidery Sampler, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Hand Embroidery, Fabric Journals, Art Journals, Diy Broderie, Art Textile, Creation Couture

This made me smile - Pintangle

I have been looking at the history of fabric books and in particular sample books. I want to share with readers but also point out there is nothing new under the sun. I found this in the Metropolitan Museum of Art website as it is part of their collection. In …

Fragment from the neck opening of a tunic with crosses and diamond-shapes Egypt Mamluk Period - Material and technique linen, embroidered with pink silk and brown thread, possibly cotton; remains of lining; with stitching in flax Anglo Saxon Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Textiles, Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Middle Eastern Clothing, Medieval Embroidery, Ottoman, Historical Art

Mamluk embroidery on garb

This textile is a plain weave linen embroidered in brown silk. The seams have been sewn with flax. The size is 29 x 11 cm and is to be a yoke around the neck on a tunic. The design of the embroidery are vines, leaves and scroll work done in split stitch. It is currently…

Gawthorpe Textiles Collection Online Gallery — Reverse side of the herb pillow, showing the. Jacobean Embroidery, Blackwork Embroidery, Embroidery Motifs, Embroidery Designs, Textiles, Medieval Embroidery, Larp, Our Lady, 17th Century

Gawthorpe Textiles Collection Online Gallery — Reverse side of the herb pillow, showing the...

Reverse side of the herb pillow, showing the...

An exciting piece that combines openwork, pulled work, and double-running blackwork stitches on one piece. Blackwork Patterns, Blackwork Embroidery, Medieval Embroidery, Types Of Embroidery, Crazy Quilting, Medieval World, Fabric Rug, Victoria And Albert Museum, Hardanger

Different but similar embroideries

This is thought to be a fragment of a garment, made between the 13th and 14th century in al -A'zam in Upper Egypt. At this time the rulers would have been Mamluk. This is a linen even weave, with silk blackwork, pulled thread and openwork. The openwork is kloster blocks with doves' eye stitch. The…

Figure The Överhogdal Viking wall-hangings. From Viking and Early Middle Ages Northern Scandinavian Textiles Proven to be made with Hemp Norse Clothing, Viking Embroidery, Medieval, Early Middle Ages, Tablet Weaving, Textiles, Viking Age, Anglo Saxon, Tapestry Weaving

Viking and Early Middle Ages Northern Scandinavian Textiles Proven to be made with Hemp

Nowadays most plant textiles used for clothing and household are made of cotton and viscose. Before the 19th century however, plant textiles were mainly made from locally available raw materials, in Scandinavia these were: nettle, hemp and flax. It is generally believed that in Viking and early Middle Ages Scandinavia hemp was used only for coarse textiles (i.e. rope and sailcloth). Here we present an investigation of 10 Scandinavian plant fibre textiles from the Viking and Early Middle…

Detail of cuff from Blue Dalmatic or Tunicella, embroidered with pearls in Sicily. 60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion Medieval Embroidery, Gold Embroidery, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Cloak, Medieval Costume, Crazy Quilting, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

12th Century Coronation Tunic and Mantle of Roger II King of Sicily

Silk tunic with embroidery and embroidered mantle for the coronation of Roger II King of Sicily in the early 1130s. The tunic is referred to as a dalmatic and as a tunicella on the we…

Early century, England - Pair of gloves - Leather embroidered with silk yarns and gilt-silver spangles, metal trim 20th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Mitten Gloves, Mittens, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Clothing

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Three little kittens They lost their mittens В 16-ом веке знали толк в печатках. Перчатки Елизаветы I: А вот ещё одни. Их подарили королеве во время визита в Оксфорд, в 1566 г.: А это уже не-королевские перчатки: Перчатки с вышивкой, изображающей охотничью сценку, начало 17-го века: Относительно…