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Velvet Fragment, 1500s-1600s Italy, 16th-17th century velvet (cut and uncut), Overall - h:44.40 w:23.50 cm (h:17 7/16 w:9 1/4 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1927.367

Velvet Fragment, Italy, century velvet (cut and uncut)…

Fragment with a Simulated Silk Textile Pattern, ca. 1450–1550,  Nuremberg/Strasbourg, Linen warp, wool wefts

Fragment with a Simulated Silk Textile Pattern Date: ca. Geography: Made in, Nuremberg/Strasbourg Culture: Upper Rhenish Medium: Linen warp, wool wefts Dimensions: Overall: 24 x 24 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Tapestries Accession Number:

Velvet Fragment, late 1500s Italy, late 16th century velvet (cut and uncut); silk, Overall - h:52.70 w:25.40 cm (h:20 11/16 w:10 inches). Dudley P. Allen Fund 1918.278

late century Velvet Fragment, Italy, (cut and uncut); Allen Fund, Cleveland Museum of Art

Velvet Fragment, late 1500s - early 1600s  Italy, late 16th - early 17th century  velvet (cut and uncut); silk, Average - h:28.10 w:19.00 cm (h:11 1/16 w:7 7/16 inches). Gift of Henry Hunt Clark 1946.404

Velvet Fragment, late - early Italy, late - early century velvet (cut and uncut); Gift of Henry Hunt Clark

Velvet Brocaded Textile, late 1500s Italy, late 16th century velvet (brocaded), Overall - h:36.20 w:40.00 cm (h:14 1/4 w:15 11/16 inches). Dudley P. Allen Fund 1918.903

Velvet Brocaded Textile, late Italy, late century velvet (brocaded), Overall - cm inches).

This woven silk is one of the most expensive luxury textiles of the 14th century and might have been used for secular or ecclesiastical dress or furnishings.    The exotic birds and vine leaves in its composition represent designs that were new at the beginning of the 14th century. Birds and plants flow freely across the textiles, the former depicted in active poses, often ranged in pairs facing each other. Vine leaves also feature prominently.

Woven silk

This woven silk is one of the most expensive luxury textiles of the century and might have been used for secular or ecclesiastical dress or furnishings.

Velvet Fragment, c. 1385-1402  Italy, Milan ?, late 14th-early 15th Century  velvet (cut and brocaded); silk and metal, Overall - h:26.70 w:21.00 cm (h:10 1/2 w:8 1/4 inches). Dudley P. Allen Fund 1918.36

Velvet Fragment, c., late Century velvet (cut and brocaded);

Cope Fragment Date: 15th century Culture: Italian Medium: Silk Dimensions: 32 1/4 x 18 1/2 in. (81.9 x 47 cm) Classification: Textiles-Velvets

Cope Fragment Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: Silk Classification: Textiles-Velvets Accession Number:

Velvet Fragment, 1450-1499 Italy, second half of 15th century velvet (cut, voided, and brocaded): silk and gold thread, Average - h:57.20 w:31.10 cm (h:22 1/2 w:12 3/16 inches).

Velvet Fragment ~ ~ Italy ~ second half of century velvet (cut, voided, and brocaded) ~ silk and gold thread ~ Cleveland Museum of Art

Silk velvet furnishing fabric Place of origin: Italy (made)  Genoa (city), Italy (possibly, made)  Florence, Italy (possibly, made)  Venice (city), Italy (possibly, made) Date: 1570-1600 Materials and Techniques: Cut and uncut velvet, woven in silk and metal thread Museum number: 147-1880 | V&A

Silk velvet furnishing fabric

Silk velvet furnishing fabric Place of origin: Italy (made) Genoa (city), Florence, Date: (made) Materials and Techniques: Cut and uncut velvet, woven in silk and metal thread Museum number: Gallery location: Medieval and Renaissance, room case 3

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