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Detail of a silk robe, 11th or  12th century

Detail of a Central Asian silk robe, or century. decoration with repeated confronted hawks over a lattice formed by thin stems and composite palmettes

Fragment of a Wood-Block Print- 13-14th block printing on linen tabby ground. Notes-probably copied fom a patterned silk.

Fragment of a Wood-Block Print- block printing on linen tabby ground. Notes-probably copied fom a patterned silk.

Sogdia C7th silk confronted pheasants | Flickr (modified rondel w/confronted peacocks) (apparently there's a discrepancy on what kind of bird this is -_-)

Silk confronted pheasants, Sogdian (an Iranian people in a province of the Achaemenid Empire, along the Silk Road) century

Textile with Brocade Date: 15th century Culture: Spanish or Italian (?) Medium: Silk, gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 11 3/4 x 9 1/2 in. (29.9 x 24.1 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven-Brocade Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1912 Accession Number: 12.55.2

Textile with Brocade Date: century Culture: Spanish or Italian (?) Medium: Silk, gold thread Dimensions: Overall: 11 x 9 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven-Brocade Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1912 Accession Number:

Woven silk | V  From Granada, Spain 1490-1500  Dyes in this fabric:  The results for this textile were as follows:   Green - Indigo + Gualda   Red - Madder   White - X   Blue - Indigo   Yellow - No dye detected

Woven silk

Woven silk Place of Origin Granada, Spain (Probably, made) Date (made) Artist/maker Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques Woven silk Dimensions Length: cm, Width: cm

"Falken im Medaillon" Ende 11.Jhd. Book from Fischbach "Historic Textile Patterns" p.4, Falke 2 p.14a

"Falken im Medaillon" Ende Book from Fischbach "Historic Textile Patterns" Falke 2

Fig. 192, Embroidered riding coat (detail of Fig. 208). India, c.1630-1640. Silk thread on white satin. Indian woven textiles had been famous for centuries. During the Mughal Period, the pattern on textiles changed drastically from geometric shapes and strong patterns to a more naturalistic, floral and plant motifs either by means of embroidery and some woven, others sewn onto the fabric.This garment shows the prominent change towards naturalism in design. pg. 362

Fig. 192, Embroidered riding coat (detail of Fig. 208). India, c.1630-1640. Silk thread on white satin. Indian woven textiles had been famous for centuries. During the Mughal Period, the pattern on textiles changed drastically from geometric shapes and strong patterns to a more naturalistic, floral and plant motifs either by means of embroidery and some woven, others sewn onto the fabric.This garment shows the prominent change towards naturalism in design. pg. 362

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

14 Amazing Artefacts of the Aga Khan Museum in Istanbul Turkey

Central Asia, Mongolia, blue silk robe, possibly century (Yuan dynasty), woven sil.

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