Medieval embroidery

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The embroidery is worked in wool and linen on wool twill ground fabric. It was produced in the early Century (approx. 1100 CE) and was most likely produced in the local area of where it currently resides, in the Catherdral of Girona in Catalonia. Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Embroidery, Medieval Tapestry, Landsknecht, Late Middle Ages, Textiles, Labor, Medieval Clothing

Tapestry of Creation / El Tapís De La Creació

This website is a resource for the study of Dark Age, Medieval and Renaissance embroidery.

New Liturgical Movement: Century Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Antique Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Schuster, Early Middle Ages, How To Make Shoes, St Thomas

12th Century Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral

Sacred liturgy and liturgical arts. Liturgical history and theology. The movements for the Usus Antiquior and Reform of the Reform.

Wonderful Ribbon Embroidery Flowers by Hand Ideas. Enchanting Ribbon Embroidery Flowers by Hand Ideas. Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Crewel Embroidery, Embroidery Kits, Embroidery Designs, Machine Embroidery, Medieval Embroidery, Century Textiles, Embroidery Transfers, Cotton Crochet
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Kornbluth thirteenth- to fifteenth-century textiles archive

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Belt pattern: Two emroidered textile fragments, secondary use as relic wrappings, century, Dommuseum Passau Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Friedrich Ii, Medieval Embroidery, Century Textiles, Tablet Weaving, Textiles Techniques, Historical Art, Romanesque

two emroidered textile fragments, secondary use as relic wrappings, 12th century, Dommuseum Passau

A late-sixteenth-century English chasuble; the embroidered motifs include a Tudor rose (symbol of the Tudor dynasty) and acorn and oak leaf (a symbol of England). Tudor History, British History, Symbol Of England, Medieval Embroidery, Tudor Dynasty, Acorn And Oak, Tudor Rose, Wars Of The Roses, The V&a
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Chasuble | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Chasuble, stole and maniple made from a hanging of embroidered satin and applique silver, England, 1550-1600

Apparently from the "Black Grave", a burial mound in Chernihiv, Ukraine dug in It contained the cremated remains of 2 Norse warriors and associated grave goods. Finds are in the State Historical Museum in Moscow. Textiles, Vikings, Medieval Embroidery, Viking Reenactment, Viking Culture, Viking Dress, Textile Fiber Art, Historical Art, Viking Age
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Tab from a Mamluk banner with linked crosses and pear-shaped medallion Egypt, late century - early century Medieval Embroidery, Herringbone Stitch, Textiles, Silk Painting, Chain Stitch, Pear Shaped, Textures Patterns, Asian Art, Online Art
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Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Welcome to the Yousef Jameel Online Centre, making the Eastern Art collections at the Ashmolean Musem available online. Discover art from the Islamic Middle East, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, and the Himalayas.

Object Name: Fragment Date: probably century Geography: Egypt Medium: Silk, linen; plain weave, embroidered Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of George F. History Of Textile, Art History, Textiles, Medieval Embroidery, Embroidered Gifts, Byzantine Art, Historical Artifacts, Christian Art, Fabric Art
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Roundel with Mounted Warriors and a Lion | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This scene is reminiscent of depictions of emperors and serves as a rare example of silk embroidery on undyed linen. Only the beige and blue colors survive.

Fragments are kept in the British Museum, London (acc. of a linen bag decorated with appliqué and silk embroidery. Medieval Embroidery, Tablet Weaving, Blue Lion, Blue Cross, King Henry, Linen Bag, British Museum, Applique, Middle Ages
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horse-trappings (?) | British Museum

Horse-trapping(?); linen; rectangular fragment; embroidered with shield of arms: or yellow lion rampant with red edging between two blue crosses potence with wavy white stripes; black border on two sides. One fragment shows arms of William of Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle (d. 1260); the other fragment shows arms of his wife Isabella of Rivers.

13th Century Spain Medieval Embroidery, Century Textiles, Painting, Home Decor, Decoration Home, Room Decor, Painting Art, Paintings, Painted Canvas
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If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel - A tediously accurate map of the solar system 1 Pixel, Graphic Organizers, Solar System, Bugatti, Curriculum, Washington, How To Plan, This Or That Questions, July 9th
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Collar of dalmatic Place of origin: Spain (probably, made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk, linen and possibly paper Museum number: Priestly Garments, Medieval Embroidery, Plastic Art, Holy Week, The V&a, Victoria And Albert Museum, 16th Century, Art Google, Rugs
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Collar of Dalmatic | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Collar of dalmatic, Spain, ca. 1550-1650.

Buratto embroidery is named after buratto cloth, which in its turn is named after buratto, an Italian word for a sieve or sifter. Buratto embroidery i. Medieval Embroidery, Types Of Lace, Italian Words, Running Stitch, Pattern Books, Embroidered Lace, Weaving, 19th Century, Knitting

Buratto Embroidery

Buratto embroidery is named after buratto cloth, which in its turn is named after buratto, an Italian word for a sieve or sifter. Buratto embroidery is worked on an open, even-weave cloth (buratto cloth) with a single warp and a double weft. The ground has a square mesh (see lacis). Designs are worked in running stitch and may be counted or drawn directly onto the net. Buratto embroidery can be classed as an embroidered lace.

Book cushion cover Medieval Embroidery, Holding Flowers, Holy Family, St Joseph, Lily, Cushions, Scene, Museum, Stitch
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Book Cushion Cover | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Embroidered panel, with a scene of the Virgin, Child and Saint Joseph, made on linen canvas with silk threads. The stitches cover all of hte surface of the linen. The scene depicts the Holy Family under a canopy with architectural decoration, and flanked by four angels holding flowers. St Joseph has a basket of bird and a lily in his hands.

14th C Spain Medieval Embroidery, Spain, Rugs, Home Decor, Art, Farmhouse Rugs, Art Background, Decoration Home, Room Decor
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