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Dalmatic with pelicans was made in Italy (14th century) and now is in Abbeg Foundation, Riggisberg

Gail Russell Dalmatia tunic century Notice the seam lines. Rectangles and triangles Dalmatic with pelicans was made in Italy century) and now is in Abbeg Foundation, Riggisberg

Tunic of Fernando de la Cerda (1255-1275), silk brocade and gold and silver threads, decorated with quartered heraldic shields with castles and lions rampant

Saya de Fernando de la Cerda Silk fibers and yarns gimped in gold and silver. Look under Museo de telas medievales

Alb, garment worn for the coronation by Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Yellowish taffeta, gold trimming gold embroidery and pearls.

Alb, garment worn for the coronation by Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Yellowish taffeta, gold trimming gold embroidery and pearls. Inscription says Alb was made for Norman King William II by the Royal workshop in Palermo, Sicily.

Chemise belonging to Mary, Queen of Scots, ca 1587, National Trust Collection, Coughton Court. Source : J.Arnold, Patterns of Fashion IV

Chemise belonging to Mary, Queen of Scots in which she was executed at Fotheringhay Castle. Of fine linen with drawn thread borders inscribed on the bodice in red and dated Feb 11 National Trust Collections, UK.

Alraris: O szwie princess seam i wykrojach sukni z przełomu XIV i XV wieku.

Herjolfsnes No. 39 womens well preserved dress, late century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

Tunic from Palermo (1125-50), blue and gold silk, embroidered by gold, pearls and filigrees. Kunsthistorishes Museum, Vienna

Silk tunic with embroidery and embroidered mantle for the coronation of Roger II King of Sicily in the early C. The tunic is purple silk, edged with red silk and embroidered with pearls, gold, gold filigree and enamel. The tunic is long.

Coat Date: 11th–12th century Geography: probably Spain, possibly Eastern Iran Medium: Silk; samite Dimensions: Textile: L. 68 7/8 in. (175 cm) W. across sleeves: 50 3/8 in. (128 cm) W. across skirt: 37 in. (94 cm) Accession Number: 2008.346a-c The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Coat Date: century Geography: probably Spain, possibly Eastern Iran Medium: Silk; samite Dimensions: Textile: L. 68 in. across sleeves: 50 in. across skirt: 37 in. cm) Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Blue silk robe Central Asia, possibly 13th century Woven silk AKM00816

14 Amazing Artefacts of the Aga Khan Museum in Istanbul Turkey

Blue silk robe Central Asia, possibly century Woven silk (Yuan) (Chinese?

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.

Houpelande of Jan Zhorelecky made from velvet. Usually worn with belt and decorated with fur, 1396

Jan ze Zgorzelca houppelande - Houpelande of Jan Zhorelecky made from velvet. Usually worn with belt and decorated with fur, 1396

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

Tunic of the Göss Vestments. Ca 1260.
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