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Silk Damask 14th c. Peacocks and Gryphins  This silk damask is a replica of a 14th century textile found in Basilica of St. Mary in Gdańsk, Poland. It was made around 1350 in Lucca. This type of pattern was very popular since the 13th century - there are several similar extant textiles from the 13th and 14th centuries.

Silk Damask, c. Peacocks and Gryphins This silk damask is a replica of a century textile found in Basilica of St. Mary in Gdańsk, Poland. It was made around 1350 in Lucca.

Flora Designed by Edward Burne-Jones in 1885 with Background by Morris Woven in Belgium

Flora tapestry - the goddess of abundance. One of the wall tapestries designed by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones.

Textile Fragment with Tree, 6th-7th century, Made in Possibly Egypt

Textile Fragment with Pomegranate - century - Made in Possibly Egypt - Tapestry weave in polychrome wool and undyed linen on plain-weave ground of undyed linen - 87 x 62 cm - MET

15 c - Fragment of Chasuble, Spain - lampas weave silk - clearly Muslim weavers, as there is a repeated pattern of Arabic writing or pseudo-script.

C Spain Catholic culture silk fragment of priest's chasuble. 51 in. cm) Mount: H. 4 in cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

Silk Textile with Architectural Fountain Guarded by Lions, Italian, 14th century

Textile with Architectural Fountain Guarded by Lions Date: century Geography: Made in Lucca (?) Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 14 x 9 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

Two griffons back-to-back. 11th Century: Two griffons back-to-back. Silk serge an wool. Fragment; from a reliquary. Byzantine. Musee de Valere, Sion, France. Volbach, Early Decorative Textiles p.147

Two griffons back-to-back ~ Century ~ silk serge and wool ~ Fragment from a reliquary ~ Byzantine ~ Musee de Valere, Sion, France.

XIII-XIV C. German National Museum "Gold print on green silk, Rhenish" (Google translate); image from "Die Kunst des Zeugdrucks vom Mittelalter bis zur Empirezeit" 1898

XIII-XIV C. German National Museum "Gold print on green silk, Rhenish" (Google translate); image from "Die Kunst des Zeugdrucks vom Mittelalter bis zur Empirezeit" 1898

lucienne day textiles | Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

Lucienne Day and Angie Lewin

Calyx Grey från Lucienne Day - not overkeen on colours though