Oseberg Textiles - sample of weaves found. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo

Oseberg Textiles - sample of darning stitch patterns Kulturhistorisk museum…

Veka fragments

"GREAT article on linen, silk and wool apron dresses. Fragments and reconstructions & info in how pleats & loops were made! VIKING" Via Rachel Strange.

Fragments from Haugen, Rolvsøy, Østfold, Norway. At Kulturhistorisk museum, University of Oslo.

The Oseberg cart hides many secrets. (Photo: Museum of Cultural History, Oslo) Along with the Oseberg ship, the most magnificent Viking ship ever found, a richly decorated wooden cart was the most …

Wool textile fragments. Due to decomposition, textile fragments are rarely found. Grave find, Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden. SHM 34000:Bj. 597. In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Due to decomposition, textile fragments are rarely found. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

watercolor of silk fragments from the Oseberg burial.

watercolor of silk fragments from the Oseberg burial, norway - Period : Vikingtid

Textile fragments from Birka grave no. 1014.  In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Textile fragment dated to Viking Age, found at Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland

Oseberg tekstil Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Museum then: museum The Kulturhistorisk, UIO MuseumNo: InventoryNo: Country: Norge and County: of Vestfold Municipality: Tønsberg the Location: the Oseberg of Period: Vikingtid

The Textiles of the Oseberg Ship

The Textiles of the Oseberg Ship; Wool fragment in cross twill. Fragment of wool fabric in cross twill with tubular selvedge. Possibly used as a blanket.

Stitched-in pile from York. Coarse textile in 2/1 twill. Pile made from tufts of soft S-spun yarn neatly darned into the textile, at a diagonal to the weave. Dyed with madder.

Stitched-in pile from York. Coarse textile in twill. Pile made from tufts of soft S-spun yarn neatly darned into the textile, at a diagonal to the weave. Dyed with madder.

Loop from B 10720 Sandanger

Loop from B 10720 Sandanger Excellent article on viking women's dresses

A woven silk ribbon from the Haugen chamber grave. The original piece was 10 cm long and 2.6 cm wide. Image from: A.W.Brøgger. 1920-21 "Rolvsøyætten. Et arkeologisk bidrag til vikingetidens historie" _Bergens Museums Aarbok_;1-42

A woven silk ribbon from the Haugen chamber grave. The original piece was 10 cm long and cm wide. Et arkeologisk bidrag til vikingetidens historie" _Bergens Museums

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