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Beutel (Damen). Darstellungen auf Seite A: Hirsch, Reh und Einhorn; auf Seite B: Adler, Leopard, Einhorn und Hirsch. Seidenstickerei auf Leinen; : Gobelinstich, Stielstich; : Seidenquaster, Leinenfutter. Um 1320. Herkunft: Wallis. Masse: Höhe 20 cm, Breite 18 cm. (LM-1825.b)

Beutel (Damen). Darstellungen auf Seite A: Hirsch, Reh und Einhorn; auf Seite B: Adler, Leopard, Einhorn und Hirsch. Seidenstickerei auf Leinen; : Gobelinstich, Stielstich; : Seidenquaster, Leinenfutter. Um 1320. Herkunft: Wallis. Masse: Höhe 20 cm, Breite 18 cm. (LM-1825.b)

viking neckline embroidery, from http://lokislocker.net/index.php

viking neckline embroidery, from http://lokislocker.net/index.php

French pouch ca 1340, embroidered in silk and metal thread, approx. 15, 5 * 14,5 cm, height with tassels 21 cm

French pouch ca 1340, embroidered in silk and metal thread, approx. 15, 5 * 14,5 cm, height with tassels 21 cm

Germany/Spain: 13/14th C  V Museum    Spain was the first country in Europe to develop silk production. This fragment could be German or Spanish, as the technique of embroidery used has been discovered in both countries. It has a woven pattern comprising heraldic devices: eagles alternate with lions rampant (lions standing on their hind legs). Rampant lions were the symbol of the province of northern Spain called León (which translates into English as lion).

Germany/Spain: 13/14th C V Museum Spain was the first country in Europe to develop silk production. This fragment could be German or Spanish, as the technique of embroidery used has been discovered in both countries. It has a woven pattern comprising heraldic devices: eagles alternate with lions rampant (lions standing on their hind legs). Rampant lions were the symbol of the province of northern Spain called León (which translates into English as lion).

Reliquary bag | Rhineland | 14th-15th century | linen, silk, metal-wrapped thread | Museum Schnütgen | Inventory #: P 870

Reliquary bag | Rhineland | 14th-15th century | linen, silk, metal-wrapped thread | Museum Schnütgen | Inventory #: P 870

Valgred Tunic with amazing embroidery!

Valgred Tunic with amazing embroidery!

Embroidery by Leticia de Scocia (West Kingdom). Oh, my!

Embroidery by Leticia de Scocia (West Kingdom). Oh, my!

Detail from 14th c. Swiss embroidery [silk on linen]. Accession No. 2010.29. Cloisters Collection.

Detail from 14th c. Swiss embroidery [silk on linen]. Accession No. 2010.29. Cloisters Collection.

SILK EMBROIDERED LINEN PANEL  German (Lower Saxony), mid-15th century  Antique Textiles - Cora Ginsburg

SILK EMBROIDERED LINEN PANEL German (Lower Saxony), mid-15th century Antique Textiles - Cora Ginsburg

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