2012-08-25 KSMF - Silk damask and silk faille wedding dress trimmed with satin ribbon and fringe, owned by Harriet Snyder King, May 1879.
Tudor gown in silk damask and taffeta
Men's jacket with sleeves, ca. 1725, Netherlands, silk damask (?)
This four-poster bed is a prestige-piece made for a state room. In the early eighteenth century, this was the kind of bedstead an aristocrat would acquire. The style is in imitation of the French kingLouis XIV, who received guests while lying in bed. Originally, this four-poster bed stood in Eerde Castle, near Ommen. It is made of wood and covered with costly silk materials. The curtains, the cornice and the pelmets are European damask while the embroidered material of the headboard and…
Cloth of Gold with Displayed Falcons, mid-13th century, Central Asia. Silk and metallic thread lampas (nasij); Warp: 57.5 cm, Weft: 18.4 cm. Lent by The Cleveland Museum of Art
Silk lampas waistcoat, French, 1700-1725; Deep red ground with fruit, flowers and foliage in ivory, two flap pockets, 13 of 14 self covered buttons, homespun linen tie back, replaced muslin front lining, CH 40", CF L 33", CB L 22"
Two-Piece Day Dress, c.1878-80 (silk faille & brocaded silk lampas weave trimmed with lace, silk satin, & beads)...House of Worth
Man's Coat Artist/maker unknown, French Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: c. 1780-1800 Medium: Striped silk lampas weave with silk embroidery in satin, stem, straight, and rope stitches, French knots, and appliquéd silk net Dimensions: Center Back Length: 45 1/4 inches (114.9 cm) Chest (Width): 42 1/2 inches (108.0 cm) Accession Number: 1915-241
Curtain, 1770 - 1800 Materials Silk damask, National Trust Inventory Number 1441640
Antique French valance c1860 ~ wonderful silk damask textile with silk passementerie ~ Napoleon lll at it's best! Stunning, sophisticated textile ~ www.textiletrunk.com