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Textile from Italy, Genoa, circa 1500-1525. Textiles; textile lengths Red silk velvet pattern with gold threads on white satin ground; LACMA collections

Veluto e raso: Textile from Italy, Genoa, circa Textiles; textile lengths Red silk velvet pattern with gold threads on white satin ground;

Silk velvet furnishing fabric        Place of origin:        Italy (made)      Genoa (city), Italy (possibly, made)      Florence, Italy (possibly, made)      Venice, Italy (possibly, made)      Date:        1570-1600 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Unknown (production)      Materials and Techniques:        Cut and uncut velvet, woven in silk and metal thread      Museum number:        147-1880      Gallery location:        Medieval and Renaissance, room 63, case 3

Silk velvet furnishing fabric

Silk velvet furnishing fabric Place of origin: Italy (made) Genoa (city), Florence, Date: (made) Materials and Techniques: Cut and uncut velvet, woven in silk and metal thread Museum number: Gallery location: Medieval and Renaissance, room case 3

Woven silk | V   15th century Italy  Voided silk velvet, brocaded in gold.

Silk velvet

V Place of origin: Italy (probably, designed and made) Date: century (designed and made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Voided silk velvet, brocaded in gold

Dress fabric Place of origin: Italy Date: 1600-1620 Materials and Techniques: Woven silk, brocaded with metal thread Museum number: T.361-1970 | V&A

Dress fabric

Dress fabric Place of origin: Italy Date: Materials and Techniques: Woven silk, brocaded with metal thread Museum number:

the Abegg-Stiftung textile collection in Riggisberg, Switzerland, places Italian silk-weaving under its forensic gaze in its seasonal special exhibition ‘Triumph of Ornament’, open until 8 November 2015. In particular, it looks at the high point of this art, the 15th century, when cities like Lucca, Venice and Florence were the heart of luxury textile production and trade. Their velvets were the envy of the world and furnished the homes, and dressed the bodies, of the European elite.

The Abegg-Stiftung in Riggisberg, Switzerland, places Italian silk-weaving under its forensic gaze in its seasonal special exhibition, open until 8 November

Lampas textile silk and gold Italy second half of 14th century - Lampasso - Wikipedia

Lampas textile silk and gold Italy second half of century - Ilkhanate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Panel Date: 16th century Geography: Turkey Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk, metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded Dimensions: Textile a: H. 73 in. (185.4 cm) W. 26 in. (66 cm) Textile b: H. 73 1/2 in. (186.7 cm) W. 26 in. (66 cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1917 Accession Number: 17.22.8a, b

C Turkey brocaded silk and metal-wrapped thread, cut and voided velvet. Dimensions: Textile a: H. cm) Textile b: H. cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1917 Accession Number: b

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