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Yuan to Ming Dynasty, 14th century cloud collar embroidery

Embroidery from a Cloud Collar: Ocean, Rocks, and Peonies. China, Yuan - early Ming silk and silver thread, silvered paper;

1600-1620 linen coif detail (2003.64/2) England Manchester Galleries

coif and forehead cloth, English, silk and metal thread blackwork embroidery on linen fabric - Manchester Art Gallery

L’histoire du Patchwork : un véritable assemblage d’anecdotes ! | Handmade with love

China, late Yuan-early Ming, ca. silk and gilt paper.

No info on this stunning embroidery except for one word "Myrbor" which led me to Marie Cuttoli who had started a French fashion house by that name in the early 1900's.

Evening cape Design House: Myrbor (French, Designer: Textile attributed Sarah Lipska (Polish, Date: ca.

Ornate clothing from the Ming Dynasty unearthed in China | 8th December 2014 | "On the coast of the East China Sea, near the modern Taizhou City, archaeologists have unearthed a husband-and-wife tomb dating to the Ming Dynasty that contains extraordinarily well-preserved clothing, decorated with elaborate designs  — including lotus flowers, banana leaves, coins and chime stones."

Ornate Clothing from the Ming Dynasty Unearthed in China (Photos)

While excavating a tomb in China that dates back to the Ming Dynasty, archaeologists discovered remarkably well preserved -- and rather opulent -- clothing.

A LARGE CENTRAL ASIAN EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL  LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY  The sang-de-boeuf field comprising three panels of plain silk with applied upper light blue similar panel, both embroidered in coloured silks with diagonal drop-shaped panels each with a different floral arrangement, applied upper plainwoven ivory band with simple brown geometric repeat, light staining along fold lines, otherwise excellent condition 80¼ x 64 in. (204 x 162.3cm.)

A LARGE CENTRAL ASIAN EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY The sang-de-boeuf field comprising three panels of plain silk with applied upper light blue similar panel, both embroidered in coloured silks with diagonal drop-shaped panels each with a different floral arrangement, applied upper plainwoven ivory band with simple brown geometric repeat, light staining along fold lines, otherwise excellent condition 80¼ x 64 in. (204 x 162.3cm.)

A MONGOL 'CLOTH OF GOLD' SILK AND METAL THREAD ROBE  CENTRAL ASIA, LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY  Of silk woven with a bold design of burnished gold lotus vine on a ground of bold floral designs, with long pleated flaring skirt, long tapering sleeves, the remains of panels of similar contrasting silks forming the collar bands, with original mid blue cotton plainweave lining.  57in. (145cm.) long; 74½in. (189cm.) cuff to cuff

A MONGOL 'CLOTH OF GOLD' SILK AND METAL THREAD ROBE CENTRAL ASIA, LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY Of silk woven with a bold design of burnished gold lotus vine on a ground of bold floral designs, with long pleated flaring skirt, long tapering sleeves, the remains of panels of similar contrasting silks forming the collar bands, with original mid blue cotton plainweave lining. 57in. (145cm.) long; 74½in. (189cm.) cuff to cuff

Handkerchief ~ raise work ~ specialty of Honiton lace workers ~ uniquely English style of lace w/motifs of highly naturalistic flowers, birds and insects

Handkerchief ~ raise work ~ specialty of Honiton lace workers ~ uniquely English style of lace w/motifs of highly naturalistic flowers, birds and insects. Now that is art in textile form.

Border Date: 15th–16th century Culture: Sicilian Medium: Embroidered net Dimensions: L. 75 x W. 9 inches 190.5 x 22.9 cm Classification: Textiles-Laces

Border Date: century Culture: Sicilian Medium: Embroidered net Dimensions: L. 9 inches x cm Classification: Textiles-Laces

Chinese Peony Sanderson wallpaper

Chinese Peony is taken from Sanderson's Richmond Hill wallpaper collection.

Good design for Kate, fairly modest, but still a loud dress

Artifact of noblewomen's yuanlingshan. Ming dynasty, Confucius Temple of Qufu Collections.

Yuan Dynasty. Damask with cloud palmettes and Chinese characters. Silk satin damask; 27.9 x 21.6 cm. Trade or diplomacy must have played a role in textiles such as this example (originally blue), which, according to records, was found in Egypt. The palmette pattern originated in Central Asia and the eastern Iranian world. Here, it also features a Chinese cloud border and flawlessly rendered versions of the Chinese character for longevity. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Tapestry with Dragons and Flowers, century, Eastern Central Asia. The Metropolitan.

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