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Tunic of the Göss Vestments. Ca 1260.

Tunic from century is shown in Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Taken from Historical needlework resources

New Liturgical Movement: Liturgical arts: the role of colour?

The Dalmatic of the Göss Vestments, showing a collection of fantastic animals…

Empress Mathylda's tunic (1102-1167) deposited at Ambazac Paris Church. Source: livinghistory. elizabethchadwick.blogspot.cz

Byzantine Tunic: tunics were offered in a variety of lengths. They were worn short, knee length, long, or all the way to the floor.

A COPTIC TEXTILE TUNIC FOR A CHILD | 6TH CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

A COPTIC TEXTILE TUNIC FOR A CHILD CENTURY A. The central panel with red, yellow and green embroidered foliate motifs bordered by two white and dark blue bands, the collar and sleeves edged with red and white bands 15 in.

Tunic ca 1300 is placed in Bayerische National Museum, Munchen

Early Middle Ages-- Alb—A liturgical vestment of the Catholic Church. A long white tunic with narrow sleeves and a slit for the head, tied with a belt. The name derived from the Roman tunica alba (white tunic).

Coat,  11th–12th century, probably Spain, possibly Eastern Iran. Silk; samite Dimensions: L. 68 7/8 in. (175 cm) W. across sleeves: 50 3/8 in. (128 cm) W. across skirt: 37 in. (94 cm)

Coat Date: century Geography: probably Spain (Andalucia?), possibly Eastern Iran Medium: Silk; samite Dimensions: Textile: L. across sleeves: 50 in. across skirt: 37 in. cm) Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Middle ages coronation mantle. Medieval German nobility costume.

Coronation mantle of Emperor Henry II. King of the East Frankish kingdom (Regnum Francorum Orientalium), Roman-German Emperor. Source: Cathedral Treasure of Bamberg.

St. Thomas Becket vestments

Recently, we were commissioned to make this Becket-style Low mass set. Becket-style vestments usually take their inspiration from on.

Tunic  Place of origin: Egypt  Date:500-700  Materials and Techniques: Plain woven linen or cotton, resist dyed  Museum number:1522-1899

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Tunic Place of origin: Egypt Materials and Techniques: Plain woven linen or cotton, resist dyed Museum

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to half of century, Vaberg Museum. Although this tunic is far too late for the Viking period its simple pattern is very useable as a Viking garment.

Byzantine embroidery was also prized in Western Europe as shown by the so-called Dalmatic of Charlemagne purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in 800. The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the 14th century.

Purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the century.

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