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Part of sleeve, looks like the weave is checkered. Hand opening is stitched with what looks like stab stitches, while the buttons' hem is not, and the buttonhole hem is reinforced with braid. It is interesting to notice the variety of techniques employed in such a small specimen. 14th century, V Museum, London.

Archaeological find from London, dating back to the century. It appears to be a buttoned sleeve like the sleeves on cotehardies. Note that the textile is plaid.

WOven but lends itself to print - Textile fragment, tiny pattern, silk 14th century 14.5 x 22 cm

WOven but lends itself to print - Textile fragment, tiny pattern, silk century x 22 cm

Textile with Silk and Linen Weave  Spanish   ca 14th century  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Textile with Old Rose in Diaper Pattern Date: century Culture: German Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 1 × 3 in. × cm) Storage (Mat): 5 × 8 in.

Adventures in Dagging; 14th century Dagge manufacturing Techniques from archaeological examples

Adventures in Dagging; century Dagge manufacturing Techniques from archaeological examples

Piece of printed linen  Date:     13th–14th century Culture:     German Medium:     Linen Dimensions:     No dimensions recorded. Classification: ...

Piece Date: century Culture: German Medium: Linen Dimensions: No dimensions recorded. Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number:

Silk pontifical glove of Pierre de Courpalay, from the first quarter of the 14th century. Produced in France, now at the Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.

Silk pontifical glove of Pierre de Courpalay, from the first quarter of the century. Produced in France, now at the Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.

Sleeves with buttons on deposit in Museum of London (1300)

Sleeve This is the lower edge of a buttoned wool sleeve with a straight cuff. It is of a medium-weight tabby weave, patterned with groups of.

Particolare bottoni Farsetto Pandolfo III Malatesta http://nobilecontradafiorenza.it/rubrica-il-farsetto-di-pandolfo-iii-malatesta/

Buttons on Farsetto di Pandolfo III Malatesta; Doublet discovered in Pandolfo III Malatesta’s sarcophagus, situated in St. Francis Church in Fano (PU).

"12th c. Egyptian linen and silk fragment (4 1/4 x 3 1/4 in.) - Met Museum" >>Interesting combination of fibers.

Fragment found in Egypt. century, linen and silk. MetMuseum, USA plaid woven garment pieces have been found from the Late Iron Age.

FRAGMENT, 14TH CENTURY medium: linen, silk technique: plain weave patterned by supplementary weft floats H x W: 17.3 x 14.5 cm (6 13/16 x 5 11/16 in.)

FRAGMENT, CENTURY medium: linen, silk technique: plain weave patterned by supplementary weft floats H x W: x cm x 5 in.

Pouch, 14th century France, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 46.156.34a–e

Pouch (Forel) ~ French ~ century Medieval limacé tassels ~ Silk and metal thread on canvas ~ embroidered textile ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Uvdal Dress - part of woman clothing found in grave No.33 in Uvdal, Stave Church (Norway). End of 14th century.

Uvdal Dress - a partial piece of female clothing found in grave in Uvdal, Stave Church (Norway).

Fragment, 1400s  Germany, 15th century  patterned weave; wool, Overall - h:7.00 w:17.50 cm (h:2 3/4 w:6 7/8 inches). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Robertson 1985.197

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