Weft-patterned fragment 13th–14th century 18.7 x 27.9 cm Pinkish orange satin with design suggestive of Chinese lotus flowers woven with gold thread (gilded skin).
Fragment 14th century 16.5 x 13.5 cm Fragment. Ground: irregular warp twill or satin, warp and weft light neutral yellow silk. Design: couchant deer woven (broché) with tarnished metal thread (probably) gilded skin wound on linen), within enclosure surrounded by growing plants woven (lancé) with bluish green and a little yellow green and neutral yellow silk.
Brocade Textile Date: 14th century Geography: Made in Lucca, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, gold thread Accession Number: 17.121.5
Fragment, 13th century. Spain
Textile with Brocade Date: 13th century Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, gold thread
Textile with Brocade Date: 14th–15th century Culture: Spanish or Near Eastern Medium: Satin and plain weave; silk and metal threads Accession Number: 46.156.42
Lampas textile silk and gold Italy second half of 14th century - Lampasso - Wikipedia
Textile with Birds, Leaves and Arabesques - 14th Century Spanish or Italian (If you can't tell, I'm not going to tell you. - And don't go pretending you know! Go research the fabrics!)
Textile fragment 14th century Fragment of faded salmon silk ground patterned in gold-metallic thread with palmettes and eagles
Silk Fragments lampas, Italy, 1350-1399. Italy, Lucchese, second half of 14th century lampas weave, brocaded; silk and gold thread