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Bag and pin cushion Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk, silver, silver-gilt and pearls; hand sewn and hand embroidered

Aumoniere made in 1301/1315, Germanisches National Museum, Nurmberg-go to contents for LOTS of extant pics

Aumoniere made in Germanisches National Museum, Nurmberg-go to contents for LOTS of extant pics

Beuteltasche mit Wappen  Inventarnummer: T518  Datierung: 14. Jh.  Material/Technik: Seide, Metallfaden

Purse embroidered with English and French coats of arms, linen embroidered with silk and gold and lined with blue linen. Done in long arm cross stitch.

Pouch (Forel) Date: 14th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on canvas. Dimensions: Overall: 8 3/4 x 8in. (22.2 x 20.3cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1946 Accession Number: 46.156.34a–e

Pouch (Forel) Date: century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on canvas. Dimensions: Overall: 8 x x Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1946 Accession Number:

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

This purse was in made in France, ca.1170–1190. It's embroidered with silk threads on red linen fabric. This would have been luxurious item and would have made quite the statement hanging from someone's belt.    Currently in the collection of the Musée Alfred-Bonno in Chelles

embroidered purse, Silk thread on linen. 10 x 13 cm. Musee Municipal Alfred-Bonno (Siene-et-Marne) Beads or buttons on the purse strings and purse edge.

Drawstring bag, English 1575-1650.  Silk embroidered with metallic threads, metal purl, wire and spangles.

Drawstring bag, English Silk satin embroidered with silver metallic threads, metal purl, wire, and spangles Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels Boston MFA

Last quarter of the 16th Century: Ladies Embroidered Linen Purse, British. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Last quarter Century, ladies embroidered linen purse, British. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Paar Doppeltaschen aus der Kunstkammer des Paulus Praun (1548-1616) (Zwei Paar Geldtaschen ( ?))  Inventarnummer: T560 Datierung: 17. Jahrhu...

Pair double bags of Kunstkammer Paul Praun (Two pairs Wallets?) Inventory number: Date: 17 Jahrhu .

Embroidered Lovers' Purse -- Follow the link for lots of images and embroidery techniques.

A place for Sabine du Bourbonnais to display her research, projects and other work with the SCA and associated medieval reenactment.

Drawstring bag | England | late 16th-early 17th century | Silk satin embroidered with metallic thread, metal purl, Silk; Braided cords and tassels | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 63.1368

English, Late century England Dimensions Overall (without tassels and cord): x cm x 6 in.) Medium or Technique Silk satin embroidered with metallic thread, metal purl, Silk; Braided cords and tassels

ca. 1340, Paris, France. (Reverse) Lovers playing a game with a hood in a garden. Six and 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches; topside-couched gold and silver threads on linen with silk polychrome embroidery in split, chain, stem, and knot stitches. (Color picture and some information from Camille, p. 50; additional b+w photo and further detail from Schuette and Müller-Christensen, pp. 136, 311)

ca. 1340, Paris, France. (Reverse) Lovers playing a game with a hood in a garden. Six and 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches; topside-couched gold and silver threads on linen with silk polychrome embroidery in split, chain, stem, and knot stitches. (Color picture and some information from Camille, p. 50; additional b+w photo and further detail from Schuette and Müller-Christensen, pp. 136, 311)

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