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Gloves Date: ca. 8th century A.D. Geography: Caucasus region Medium: Leather Dimensions: 6.75 x 5.75 in. (17.15 x 14.61 cm) Accession Number: 1999.153.1a, b

Gloves Date: ca. 8th century A.D. Geography: Caucasus region Medium: Leather Dimensions: 6.75 x 5.75 in. (17.15 x 14.61 cm) Accession Number: 1999.153.1a, b

Fernando de la Cerda's belt, 13th century, brocade

Fernando de la Cerda's belt, 13th century, brocade

Medieval ecclesiastic. Italian blue & gold silk damask. Facings metallic & silk c.1450. Museum Schnütgen, Cologne

Medieval ecclesiastic. Italian blue & gold silk damask. Facings metallic & silk c.1450. Museum Schnütgen, Cologne

Silk pontifical glove of Pierre de Courpalay, from the first quarter of the 14th century. Produced in France, now at the Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.

Silk pontifical glove of Pierre de Courpalay, from the first quarter of the 14th century. Produced in France, now at the Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.

1247 knitted gloves

1247 knitted gloves

14th c. ? http://www.costumes.org/history/kohler/218Medieval.JPG

14th c. ? http://www.costumes.org/history/kohler/218Medieval.JPG

This shirt is held in the museum of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It is believed to have belonged to King Louis IX of France, later canonized as Saint Louis and who lived from 1214 - 1270.

This shirt is held in the museum of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It is believed to have belonged to King Louis IX of France, later canonized as Saint Louis and who lived from 1214 - 1270.

14th century bishops slippers

14th century bishops slippers

Hem detail  Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum  http://oldrags.tumblr.com/tagged/12th%20century

Hem detail Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum http://oldrags.tumblr.com/tagged/12th%20century

Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum    This was made in Palermo (which means I could be related to whoever wore it, but probably not), but its date of creation is unknown.  All we know is that it was mentioned in documents twice: once in 1350 where it was called “a blue gown”, and once in 1246 where it was called a “gown of samite”.  Surprisingly, I can’t find any indication that it has ever been restored or added to.  Detail.

Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum This was made in Palermo (which means I could be related to whoever wore it, but probably not), but its date of creation is unknown. All we know is that it was mentioned in documents twice: once in 1350 where it was called “a blue gown”, and once in 1246 where it was called a “gown of samite”. Surprisingly, I can’t find any indication that it has ever been restored or added to. Detail.