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Alms pouch with the story of Tristan and Iseult by Anonymous from France, ca. 1340, Muzeum Skarbca Katedralnego im. Jana Pawła II w Krakowie, possibly belonging to Queen Jadwiga

Alms pouch with the story of Tristan and Iseult by Anonymous from France, ca. Muzeum Skarbca Katedralnego im. Jana Pawła II w Krakowie, possibly belonging to Queen Jadwiga

Reliquary bag, Trier, c. 993; Front: Samit, silk, purple, side and bottom yellow, metal flake silver gilt, pearls, Almandine, glass rivers, blue, red, embroidery, metallic threads, recessed landing technique, silk, satin stitch, metal cord, application technique, Metallborte. Back: Samit, silk, silver, metallic thread embroidery, recessed landing technique, contours silk, brown, stem stitch. Silk lining, black, plain weave, silk cord, tassels, metallic thread, silk, wood core, 15cm x 13cm

Relic purse, silk velvet and taffeta embroidered with metallic threads, metal…

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 .

Stratford-upon-Avon, Nash's House, interior, 2, sweet bag, ca. late 1500 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Stratford-upon-Avon, Nash's House- Sweet bag, ca. late Bag: A small bag containing a scented or aromatic substance : sachet.

Pouch with lion pattern, 9-10th century CE, now in St. Michael Colegiate Church, Beromunster, Switzerland.

Byzantine relic pouch from the century; stored at St. Michael in Beromünster, Switzerland; lions and other quadrupeds worked “on a blue silk ground; lined with ruby red taffeta.

Burse  National Trust Inventory Number 998667 Date	1630 - 1670 Materials	Gold thread, Satin, Silver thread, Velvet Collection	Sizergh Castle, Cumbria

Burse National Trust Inventory Number 998667 Date 1630 - 1670 Materials Gold thread, Satin, Silver thread, Velvet Collection Sizergh Castle, Cumbria

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.

17C pouch with embroidery Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries

pouch with embroidery, Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries

Jałmużniczka. 1340, French. Museum in Poland?

French (in a Polish museum)

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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

Linen sweet bag with silk embroidery, English, 1600–30  © CSG CIC This small bag is made of linen embroidered with multicoloured silk and silver threads with a sunflower, pink, borage, cornflower and rose. The flowers are worked in silk threads in detached buttonhole stitch with the curling stems in silver-gilt thread braid stitch against a background in silver threads embroidered in Gobelin stitch.

Linen sweet bag with silk embroidery, English, © CSG CIC This small bag…

Purse embroidered with English and French coats of arms, linen embroidered with silk and lined with linen, 1st half of 14th century.

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.

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.

Object name: bourse-reliquaire Institution place: Soignies[localité] Institution: Eglise Saint-Vincent[Soignies] Creator: inconnu (brodeur)  Date: 1201 - 1400 Material: soie, laine, indigo[colorant], canevas Technique: tissé, point plat[broderie], point de chaînette, technique de tressage Place of production: Europe occidentale Dimensions:  hauteur totale: 25 cm hauteur: 7 cm largeur: 7 cm Description:  bourse (broderie de soie sur canevas unifil en laine) à lanière tressée (soie) et 2…

No eyelets! The drawstrings pass directly through the fabric. Purse strap is separate. Object number: 10152670 Type of object: bourse-reliquaire Date: 1201 - 1400

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