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Hibernaatiopesäke: Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

Textile with Brocade Date: ca. 1200 Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, gilt silver thread Accession Number: 17.121.3

Textile with Brocade Date: ca. 1200 Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, gilt silver thread Dimensions: Overall: 15 × 5 in. × cm) Storage (Mat with 27 × 17 in.

Textile fragment with stylized plants, tendrils, and flower-heads

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

Textile Date: 13th century Geography: Made in Sicily, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Wool, silk Accession Number: 46.156.50

Textile Date: century Geography: Made in Sicily, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Wool, silk Dimensions: Overall: 3 × 8 in. × cm) Storage (Mat): 8 × 13 in.

FRAGMENT, 13TH CENTURY medium: linen, silk technique: plain weave H x W: 12.4 x 45 cm (4 7/8 x 17 11/16 in.)

FRAGMENT, 13TH CENTURY medium: linen, silk technique: plain weave H x W: 12.4 x 45 cm (4 7/8 x 17 11/16 in.)

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Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

Textile fragment  Tartar, Central Asian 13th–14th century  Object Place: Italy or France  DIMENSIONS 16 x 34.5 cm (6 5/16 x 13 9/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk plain weave with supplementary metallic patterning wefts

Fragment with green silk ground (weft rib), fine paired warps almost cover heavier weft. Design of winged griffins and fleurs-de-lis woven with gold weft (gilded leather wound on linen), tied by green silk warp, to form diagonal lines.

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This fabric, found at Etowah Mound, in Georgia (USA), is part of a much larger textile made from either nettle or milkweed [stem] fibers. Researchers think it may have been part of a mantle, and are investigating whether or not it was dyed.

Watercolor painting of one of the Oseberg silk strips as well as a drawing showing what the textile likely looked like as a whole. Artist - Sofie Kraftt. Photo credit - University of Oslo.

Watercolor painting of one of the Oseberg silk strips as well as a drawing showing what the textile likely looked like as a whole. Photo credit - University of Oslo.

Hibernaatiopesäke: Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

A striped woolen fabric from Lödöse, Sweden, C266. Dating medieval

A striped woolen fabric from Lödöse, Sweden, Dating medieval

Missale et horae ad usum Fratrum Minorum.  Date d'édition :  1301-1400  Latin 757  Folio 298r

Missale et horae ad usum Fratrum Minorum.

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