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andalusian 15th c. Horse Bridle or Belt Ornaments

Horse Bridle or Belt Ornaments Date: Geography: Made in Granada, Spain Culture: Spanish Medium: Gilt copper or copper alloy and cloisonné enamel

Four Enamel Plaques ca. 1300, Paris, France Cloisonné enamel, silver-gilt, jewels

-- Four Enamel Plaques Circa 1300 -- Paris, France -- Cloisonne' enamel, silver gilt, jewels. Metropolitan Museum of Art


Textile Fragment from V&A Museum Place of origin: Gujarat, India (made) Fostat, Egypt (found) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Resist-printed and indigo-dyed cotton

13-14th c. Indian block-printed and resist-dyed cotton (6.62 x 10 in.) - Met Museum 30.112.41

Fragment Date: century Geography: India Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton; block-printed and resist-dyed Dimensions: in. wide cm high cm wide) Classification: Textiles-Painted and/or Printed

2nd half 10 c.-15 c. Textile fragment with dots and rosettes Fustat, Egypt	(find spot); Gujarat, India	(probable place of creation). Cotton, block-printed with mordant, dyed red and brown, and resist-dyed blue. Dimensions 19.5 x 17 cm (length x width); along length/width 17 / 17 threads/cm (thread count) Accession no. EA1990.1093

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art