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Velvet fragments with Medici arms, 1440–1500  Florence or Venice  Silk, metal thread    L. 31 in. (78.7 cm), W. 21 in. (53.3 cm)  Fletcher Fund, 1946 (46.156.118)

Velvet fragments Date: second half century Culture: Italian, probably Florence Medium: Silk and metal thread; cut, voided and brocaded velvet Dimensions: Overall: 31 x x Framed: 37 x 28 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Velvets

Itailian

Panel Date: century Culture: Italian, Venice Medium: Silk and metal thread Dimensions: L. 13 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Velvets

Velvet fragment with Sempervivum tectorum motif [Italian (Milan)] (51.139.2a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Velvet fragment with Sempervivum tectorum motif, late century Italian (Milan) Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread

Textile Date: 14th century Geography: Made in Lucca, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, metal thread Accession Number: 46.156.44

Textile Date: century Geography: Made in Lucca, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 8 × 13 in. × cm) Storage: 13 × 17 in.

Wall Hanging, with Pomegranate Pattern  Date: early 16th century Geography: Made in, Nuremberg

Wall Hanging, with Pomegranate Pattern Date: early century Geography: Made in, Nuremberg

Antique Italian silk cut velvet textile (lower panel shows detail), 15th century. 24" x 24" (61 x 61cm). Fine Antique Textiles | Textileasart.com

Century Italian Silk cut Velvet (rich textiles were a big business and trade items throughout Europe)

WOven but lends itself to print - Textile fragment, tiny pattern, silk 14th century 14.5 x 22 cm

WOven but lends itself to print - Textile fragment, tiny pattern, silk century x 22 cm

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.

Seidengewebe Spanisch-maurisch, 15. Jahrhundert Kunstgewerbemuseum Inventarnummer 2772 Material und Technik Seidengewebe, Lampas lanciert

Seidengewebe Spanisch-maurisch, 15. Jahrhundert Kunstgewerbemuseum Inventarnummer 2772 Material und Technik Seidengewebe, Lampas lanciert

Medieval Swans  This type of design was woven in Italy, near Florence, from the 14th century and is still woven in Sardinia. The V Museum refer to the original as a Perugian towel or tablecloth cover. Woven with the same lampas type of weave construction.    Composition: 100% wool

Medieval Swans This type of design was woven in Italy, near Florence, from the century and is still woven in Sardinia. The V Museum refer to the original as a Perugian towel or tablecloth cover. Woven with the same lampas type of weave construction.

The type of silk damask used in 16th century Germany. Woven silk from 1525-1549, Made in Italy.

Woven silk

The type of silk damask used in century Germany ~ Woven silk from ~ Made in Italy ~ V & A Museum

Textile with Silk and Linen Weave  Spanish   ca 14th century  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Textile with Old Rose in Diaper Pattern Date: century Culture: German Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 1 × 3 in. × cm) Storage (Mat): 5 × 8 in.

Silk Fragment, 1350-1399 Italy, second half of 14th century lampas weave, silk and gold thread, Overall - h:20.00 w:40.50 cm (h:7 13/16 w:15 15/16 inches).

Silk Fragment lampas Italy lampas weave, silk and gold thread, Overall - cm inches). Dudley P. Allen Fund Cleveland Museum of Art

Fragment | Italian, Florence | The Met

Fragment Date: century Culture: Italian (Florence) Medium: Silk Dimensions: Overall: 5 x 4 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Velvets

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