Decorated leather work

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Production Date: Medieval; late 13th-14th century ID no: 4646 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32450.html#sthash.VI2w5t9H.dpuf

Production Date: Medieval; late 13th-14th century ID no: 4646 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32450.html#sthash.VI2w5t9H.dpuf

Sheath, 13C - 14C ID no. Z1594 Incomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration on the front and back (the piece is now spread open). Both front and back have stamped eagle motifs within impressed oval frames with impressed foliate motifs in between. The seam (which would have been a side seam) has edge/grain stitch holes.

Sheath, 13C - 14C ID no. Z1594 Incomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration on the front and back (the piece is now spread open). Both front and back have stamped eagle motifs within impressed oval frames with impressed foliate motifs in between. The seam (which would have been a side seam) has edge/grain stitch holes.

Sheath Part of the front of a leather knife/dagger sheath; decorated with large impressed 3 and 4 petalled florets with a background of small stamped circles (the individual stamp was made up of two circles). The decoration is in two panels denoting the handle and the blade. Part of the seam survives on one side at the back (side of back seam) with edge/grain stitch holes.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: 89.24/3

Sheath Part of the front of a leather knife/dagger sheath; decorated with large impressed 3 and 4 petalled florets with a background of small stamped circles (the individual stamp was made up of two circles). The decoration is in two panels denoting the handle and the blade. Part of the seam survives on one side at the back (side of back seam) with edge/grain stitch holes. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: 89.24/3

Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3761 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32517.html#sthash.k6Vo6Oap.dpuf

Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3761 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32517.html#sthash.k6Vo6Oap.dpuf

Sheath Production Date: Early Medieval; 12th-13th century ID no: A3681 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32511.html#sthash.RNKfpNGF.dpuf

Sheath Production Date: Early Medieval; 12th-13th century ID no: A3681 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32511.html#sthash.RNKfpNGF.dpuf

knife sheath Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3679 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32509.html#sthash.GARkSGeQ.dpuf

knife sheath Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3679 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32509.html#sthash.GARkSGeQ.dpuf

Container A tubular leather sheath, possibly originally for a knife and later cut down; possibly used as something like a pen case. Decorated with impressed zoomorphic motifs within semi-circles on the front and linear motifs on the back. It has a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes and two suspension slots at the back.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3766 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32518.html#sthash.GvzDriAN.dpuf

Container A tubular leather sheath, possibly originally for a knife and later cut down; possibly used as something like a pen case. Decorated with impressed zoomorphic motifs within semi-circles on the front and linear motifs on the back. It has a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes and two suspension slots at the back. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3766 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32518.html#sthash.GvzDriAN.dpuf

Production Date: Early Medieval; 12th-13th century ID no: A3681 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32511.html#sthash.RNKfpNGF.dpuf

Production Date: Early Medieval; 12th-13th century ID no: A3681 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32511.html#sthash.RNKfpNGF.dpuf

Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3682 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32512.html#sthash.4AVtvOWb.dpuf

Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century ID no: A3682 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32512.html#sthash.4AVtvOWb.dpuf

This sheath was made for a knife with a long, narrow blade.  Production Date: Medieval; late 13th-14th century ID no: 4639 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32444.html#sthash.kUjFcDxQ.dpuf

This sheath was made for a knife with a long, narrow blade. Production Date: Medieval; late 13th-14th century ID no: 4639 - See more at: http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/32444.html#sthash.kUjFcDxQ.dpuf


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Part of the front of a leather knife/dagger sheath; decorated with large impressed 3 and 4 petalled florets with a background of small stamped circles (the individual stamp was made up of two circles). The decoration is in two panels denoting the handle and the blade. Part of the seam survives on one side at the back (side of back seam) with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century| Museum of London

Part of the front of a leather knife/dagger sheath; decorated with large impressed 3 and 4 petalled florets with a background of small stamped circles (the individual stamp was made up of two circles). The decoration is in two panels denoting the handle and the blade. Part of the seam survives on one side at the back (side of back seam) with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century| Museum of London

Incomplete leather knife sheath, torn at both ends, with impressed decoration. The decoration is in two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front has the remains of two panels both containing impressed bird-like creatures with a stabbed dot or rouletted background. The back has two panels of diagonal lines. There is a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There is the remains of a possible suspension slot on the back near the torn top. 12-13 century | Museum of…

Incomplete leather knife sheath, torn at both ends, with impressed decoration. The decoration is in two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front has the remains of two panels both containing impressed bird-like creatures with a stabbed dot or rouletted background. The back has two panels of diagonal lines. There is a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There is the remains of a possible suspension slot on the back near the torn top. 12-13 century | Museum of…

ncomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration on the front and back (the piece is now spread open). Both front and back have stamped eagle motifs within impressed oval frames with impressed foliate motifs in between. The seam (which would have been a side seam) has edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century. Sheath | Museum of London

ncomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration on the front and back (the piece is now spread open). Both front and back have stamped eagle motifs within impressed oval frames with impressed foliate motifs in between. The seam (which would have been a side seam) has edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century. Sheath | Museum of London

Sheath Leather knife sheath. Impressed decoration with incised stabbing. The decoration is divided into two panels denoting the handle and blade areas. The front blade area is decorated with small animals (lions?) enclosed in circular frames formed by a scrolling tendril. The handle area has a possible bird within a semi-circular frame.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath. Impressed decoration with incised stabbing. The decoration is divided into two panels denoting the handle and blade areas. The front blade area is decorated with small animals (lions?) enclosed in circular frames formed by a scrolling tendril. The handle area has a possible bird within a semi-circular frame. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

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Leather knife sheath with simple impressed linear designs on the back and repeating small fleur-de-lys stamps on the front. The decoration is in two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots at the back. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath with simple impressed linear designs on the back and repeating small fleur-de-lys stamps on the front. The decoration is in two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots at the back. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath. This sheath is entirely made of leather and is decorated throughout with embossed figures that ressemble birds or dragons. It was found at Thames Street, London in 1988.   Date 1301 AD - 1460 AD

Leather knife sheath. This sheath is entirely made of leather and is decorated throughout with embossed figures that ressemble birds or dragons. It was found at Thames Street, London in 1988. Date 1301 AD - 1460 AD

Sheath Incomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The top of the sheath is missing. The decoration is in two sections to reflect the handle and blade areas. The blade section swells outwards slightly just above the tip. The front two panels consist of impressed curving and linear motifs and lozenge-shaped frames that contain a mix of small fleur-de-lys and lions rampant stamped motifs.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Incomplete leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The top of the sheath is missing. The decoration is in two sections to reflect the handle and blade areas. The blade section swells outwards slightly just above the tip. The front two panels consist of impressed curving and linear motifs and lozenge-shaped frames that contain a mix of small fleur-de-lys and lions rampant stamped motifs. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath | Museum of London

Sheath | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

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