Tessitura bizantina e ricamo "articoli siciliane espositrici chiaramente l'influenza di ornamenti arabo, senza negare forme bizantine. In questi tessuti l'ornamento è sempre trattati come decorazione di superficie. Le piante e gli animali che vediamo applicato, non esattamente intima natura, ma sono più o meno idealizzato. "
7th Century AD ~ Lozenge pattern with leaves arranged in the shape of a cross, and the monogram of the Emperor Heraclius (610 - 641 AD). Silk serge. Very fragmented. From the Madelbert shrine in Liege. Musee Diocesan, Liege, France.
Byzantine marble mosaic floors, Cathedral of Ravenna & San Vitale, 1914-15.
Antique Italian Textile,Silk Brocade Extremely Rare Textile 15th or 16th Century
Cloth of gold depicting winged lions and griffins, Central Asia, circa 1240–60, Ilkhanid (Mongol) period. Silk, gold thread; lampas weave; 124.00 x 48.80 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1989.50
Byzantine and old russian ornaments from the collection of Prince Grigory Gagarin, 1887
"Basilisk" around 1310 - 1340 - original. We can weave it for you! Visit http://www.sartor.cz/content/8-fabric-on-demand-catalogue
A SILK SAMIT TEXTILE FRAGMENT, NEAR EAST (?), 12TH CENTURY OR EARLIER the fragment woven with red and cream silk threads with horizontal registers of winged horses in convoy 50.5 by 26cm.
Men hunting wild animals. 8th Century AD: Men hunting wild animals. Silk serge Fragment. The upper medallion is complete, but only a quarter of the lower one has survived. From a reliquary in the Sancta Sanctorum. Byzantine (?) Museo Sacro, Vatican, Italy.
9th - 10th Century AD: Two lions. Silk serge. Fragment. The bottom half and parts of the surround on both left and right are missing. From the Sancta Sanctorum. Byzantine. Museo Sacro, Vatican, Italy.
This is the Byzantine Textiles, which were elaborated, weaved, and were used as very detailed decorations and art.
@Tonya Vaughn Architectonic Ornaments in Glazed Clay@ From Mosques and tombs at Brussa and Mouradieh. The Turkish-specific system of ornamentation really began in the 15th century, derived at first from Byzantine and later, Persian and Arabian styles.