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Towel Date: late century Culture: Italian Medium: Linen, bobbin lace Dimensions: L. 73 x W. 18 inches x cm Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906 Accession Number:

Altar cloth Date: second half 16th century Culture: Italian (Genoa) Medium: Linen, bobbin lace Accession Number: 20.186.369

Altar cloth Date: second half century Culture: Italian (Genoa) Medium: Linen, bobbin lace Dimensions: L. 57 x W. 30 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1920 Accession Number:

Fragment Date: 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: Linen, cutwork Dimensions: H. 9 x W. 4 inches (22.9 x 10.2 cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number: 79.1.102

Fragment Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: Linen, cutwork Dimensions: H. 4 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number:

Cover Date: 16th century Culture: Spanish (?) Medium: Linen, cutwork Dimensions: L. 18 x W. 17 inches (45.7 x 43.2 cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number: 79.1.103

Cover Date: century Culture: Spanish (?) Medium: Linen, cutwork Dimensions: L. 17 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number:

Border Date: 16th century Culture: Italian (Sicily) Medium: Embroidered net Accession Number: 20.186.360

Border Date: century Culture: Italian (Sicily) Dimensions: L. 62 inches x cm Classification: Textiles-Laces-Network Accession Number:

Lace, linen cutwork, 16th century, Italian. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. 23.48.2

Lace, linen cutwork, 16th century, Italian. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. 23.48.2

Towel, 16th century Cooper-Hewitt  silk embroidery, linen foundation; H x W: 133.3 × 69.3 cm (52 1/2 × 27 5/16 in.); 1931-27-1

Towel, 16th century Cooper-Hewitt silk embroidery, linen foundation; H x W: 133.3 × 69.3 cm (52 1/2 × 27 5/16 in.); 1931-27-1

Napkin Place of origin: Italy (probably, made) Spain (possibly, made) Date: 1500s (made) Materials: Linen with inserted bands of woven linen and silk

Napkin

Napkin Place of origin: Italy (probably, made) Spain (possibly, made) Date: (made) Materials: Linen with inserted bands of woven linen and silk

Gryphon weave table cloth, 14-15th century. Impress the in-laws with fine table linen in your Modern Medieval home.

Tablecloth, Gryphon believe this to have been made in Perugia, Umbria, Italy. The gryphon is the symbol of Umbria and the 'grifone rampante' is a traditional symbol used for the beautiful weavings.

Panel Date: early 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: Drawnwork Classification: Textiles-Laces Accession Number: 20.186.357

Panel Date: early century Culture: Italian Medium: Drawnwork Classification: Textiles-Laces Accession Number:

Fiori di Ricami Nuovamente Posti in Luce, Matteo Florimi (Italian, active Siena, ca. 1581–died 1613), Woodcut

Fiori di Ricami Nuovamente Posti in Luce, Matteo Florimi (Italian, active Siena, ca. 1581–died 1613), Woodcut

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Border   Date:      late 16th century  Culture:      Southern German or Italian  Medium:      Needle lace  Dimensions:      L. 79 x W. 3 inches (200.7 x 7.6 cm)

Border Date: late century Culture: Southern German or Italian Medium: Needle lace Dimensions: L. 79 x W. 3 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Purchase by subscription, 1909 Accession Number:

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