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Reliquary bag. Cathedral of Merzeberg, Germany XIV century.

Reliquary bag. Cathedral of Merzeberg, Germany XIV century.

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

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purse from Tongeren, Belgium. It is dated to 1276-1300. It exists of a woollen ground fabric with silk and metal thread embroidery. The embroidery is a mix of brick stitch and eyelet stitches

purse from Tongeren, Belgium. It is dated to 1276-1300. It exists of a woollen ground fabric with silk and metal thread embroidery. The embroidery is a mix of brick stitch and eyelet stitches

Alms bag of the the {Comtesse de Bar:. From the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Mihiel (Meuse). Paris, 14th CE. Purse embroidered with grotesque characters. Gold and silver thread, silk

Alms bag of the the {Comtesse de Bar:. From the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Mihiel (Meuse). Paris, 14th CE. Purse embroidered with grotesque characters. Gold and silver thread, silk

Bona Sforza's cope with embroidery work from the 13-14th centuries (at least I *think* that's what the Lithuanian says.) Source: http://v1.valdovurumai.lt/Istorija/Rumu_istorija.lt.htm

Bona Sforza's cope with embroidery work from the 13-14th centuries (at least I *think* that's what the Lithuanian says.) Source: http://v1.valdovurumai.lt/Istorija/Rumu_istorija.lt.htm

Woven silk Place of origin: Spain (probably, made) Date: about 1200-1400 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Woven silk

Woven silk

Woven silk Place of origin: Spain (probably, made) Date: about 1200-1400 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Woven silk

Frammento di seta tessuta bizantina, V Museum, 1200-1399

Frammento di seta tessuta bizantina, V Museum, 1200-1399

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