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Copy of a Zandaniji Silk, Lyon 20th  C

Copy of a Zandaniji Silk, Lyon 20th C

Textile fragment 14th–15th century  68 x 21 cm, Textile fragment with gold ground, gold weft (gilded skin wound on yellow silk, worn and tarnished) covering red silk warp; design of arabesques forming rows of arches woven with green, blue, and white silk weft and red warp (satin). The white silk has largely disappeared.

Textile fragment 14th–15th century 68 x 21 cm, Textile fragment with gold ground, gold weft (gilded skin wound on yellow silk, worn and tarnished) covering red silk warp; design of arabesques forming rows of arches woven with green, blue, and white silk weft and red warp (satin). The white silk has largely disappeared.

Silk cut voided velvet with brocading and bouclé wefts in gold and silver ("riccio sopra riccio" velvet). Florence, second quarter of the sixteenth century. Museo Civico di Torino, Turin.

Silk cut voided velvet with brocading and bouclé wefts in gold and silver ("riccio sopra riccio" velvet). Florence, second quarter of the sixteenth century. Museo Civico di Torino, Turin.

Paola Frattaroli, ricostruzione grafica e cromatico-texturizzata del tessuto del melograno verde da Andrea Mantegna, Camera degli Sposi, 1465-1474, Castello di San Giorgio, Mantova, 2012, scala 1:1, tempera su carta, 140×70 cm di rapporto

Paola Frattaroli, ricostruzione grafica e cromatico-texturizzata del tessuto del melograno verde da Andrea Mantegna, Camera degli Sposi, 1465-1474, Castello di San Giorgio, Mantova, 2012, scala 1:1, tempera su carta, 140×70 cm di rapporto

Silk Fragment, 14th-15th century  Spain, Islamic period, 14th-15th century  lampas weave, silk, Average - h:31.10 w:30.50 cm (h:12 3/16 w:12 inches). Thirty-fifth anniversary gift 1951.399. Cleveland Museum of Art.

Silk Fragment, 14th-15th century Spain, Islamic period, 14th-15th century lampas weave, silk, Average - h:31.10 w:30.50 cm (h:12 3/16 w:12 inches). Thirty-fifth anniversary gift 1951.399. Cleveland Museum of Art.

Spanish coverlet 1500-1550 | Textiles and Costumes | Henry Art Gallery

Spanish coverlet 1500-1550 | Textiles and Costumes | Henry Art Gallery

GRICCIA, PERIOD: From the first quarter of the XV century to the middle of the XVI century  DESCRIPTION: Succession of vegetative motifs such as pine cones, tree trunks, pomegranites, thistle and lotus flowers in a vertical and wavy composition.  TECHNIQUE: Pile on pile velvet with gold or silver brocade or boucle with a tabby, satin or gold teletta.

GRICCIA, PERIOD: From the first quarter of the XV century to the middle of the XVI century DESCRIPTION: Succession of vegetative motifs such as pine cones, tree trunks, pomegranites, thistle and lotus flowers in a vertical and wavy composition. TECHNIQUE: Pile on pile velvet with gold or silver brocade or boucle with a tabby, satin or gold teletta.

Textile fragment second half of 14th century 51.3 x 61.6 cm Fragment with faded orange silk ground patterned with gold-metallic yarns with basilisks and griffins with lions and dogs issuing from conventionalized cast

Textile fragment second half of 14th century 51.3 x 61.6 cm Fragment with faded orange silk ground patterned with gold-metallic yarns with basilisks and griffins with lions and dogs issuing from conventionalized cast

Preserved parts of the Archbishop Nils Allesson robes acquired in Anagni or Rome in 1295. Detail of the archbishop mantle membrane gold brocade, woven in Lucca 1295. Now in Uppsala cathedral, Sweden

Preserved parts of the Archbishop Nils Allesson robes acquired in Anagni or Rome in 1295. Detail of the archbishop mantle membrane gold brocade, woven in Lucca 1295. Now in Uppsala cathedral, Sweden

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