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14th century burse obverse

14th century burse obverse

14th-century lion and cross banner of the Blonays family.  Applique and embroidery, 45 by 27 centimeters

lion and cross banner of the Blonays family //Informative article about period applique from the West Kingdom

14th century tablecloth is 105 cm x 308 cm Tischtuch aus dem Kloster Feldbach, Thurgau,   105 cm x 308 cm, 14. Jh.  Histor. Museum Basel, Inv.Nr. 1883.100

century tablecloth is 105 cm x 308 cm Tischtuch aus dem Kloster Feldbach…

Woven textile fragment w/embroidery. Possibly made in Germany or Spain, ca. 13th-14th century.    Woven linen, embroidered in polychrome silks. Museum number: 859-1899. V & A Museum, London.

textile fragment

Woven textile fragment, possibly made in either Germany or Spain, woven linen, embroidered in polychrome silks, circa century>>Another pinner speculated that it might be brick stitch.

Embroidery Fragment  Date: 14th century Culture: Swiss Medium: Silk embroidery on linen plain weave Dimensions: Overall: 24 5/16 x 27 13/16 in. (61.8 x 70.6 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 2010 Accession Number: 2010.29

Embroidery Fragment Date: century Culture: Swiss Medium: Silk embroidery on linen plain weave Dimensions: Overall: 24 x 27 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 2010 Accession Number:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Embroidered Hanging, Lower Saxony, Germany, late 14th century

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Embroidered Hanging, Lower Saxony, Germany, late century

Beuteltasche mit Wappen  Inventarnummer: T518  Datierung: 14. Jh.  Material/Technik: Seide, Metallfaden

Beuteltasche mit Wappen Inventarnummer: T518 Datierung: 14. Jh. Material/Technik: Seide, Metallfaden

Alleged to be from 13th century Spain, or perhaps just "resembles" textiles from Las Huelgas. Have not been able to find any independent verification that this is indeed a medieval Spanish textile. Pinning here pending further research.

Alleged to be from century Spain, or perhaps just "resembles" textiles from Las Huelgas. Have not been able to find any independent verification that this is indeed a medieval Spanish textile.

Aumônière of a countess of Bar (CL11788), 14th century; Bags holding alms were often carried by brides to pass coins to those lining the route to the church

Aumônière of a countess of Bar century; Bags holding alms were often carried by wealthy brides to pass coins to those lining the route to the church

Part of a ? of heraldic embroidery. German, 14th century. Silk net darned with coloured silks. Photo by ClaredeCrecy.

of heraldic embroidery. Silk net darned with coloured silks.

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