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This is an example of a segmente or an embroidered patch apliqued to a garment worn during the Byzantine period. This segmente was found on the silk robe created in 1181 under King William II in Palermo. The Hohenstaufen dynasty later acquired it in 1194 where it remained as part of the treasures of the Normandy Kings. Segmente, like the one shown, were done in a tapestry weave in rich colors.

This is an example of a segmente or an embroidered patch apliqued to a garment worn during the Byzantine period. This segmente was found on the silk robe created in 1181 under King William II in Palermo. The Hohenstaufen dynasty later acquired it in 1194 where it remained as part of the treasures of the Normandy Kings. Segmente, like the one shown, were done in a tapestry weave in rich colors.

Title: Decorative Band for an Ecclesiastical Vestment Depicting the Madonna and Child Place of creation: Italy or Spain Date: 16th century Material: canvas (ground), gold and silk threads and cord Technique: embroidery in shaded gold, satin and couched stitches and patterned golden technique Inventory Number: Т-15289

Title: Decorative Band for an Ecclesiastical Vestment Depicting the Madonna and Child Place of creation: Italy or Spain Date: 16th century Material: canvas (ground), gold and silk threads and cord Technique: embroidery in shaded gold, satin and couched stitches and patterned golden technique Inventory Number: Т-15289

Художественное шитье древней Руси из собрания Загорского музея

Художественное шитье древней Руси из собрания Загорского музея

Persian Textile. Silk and Gold Embroidery on Silk Velvet Qajar Dynasty 1795-1925 A.D Circa 1880

Persian Textile. Silk and Gold Embroidery on Silk Velvet Qajar Dynasty 1795-1925 A.D Circa 1880

Mamluk period, C-14 dated 1395 AD +/- 40; Linen, silk embroidery, double running and satin stitch, pulled and drawn thread work; Ashmolean Museum, Inv.Nr. 1984.445a  This photograph appeared in an article on the exhibit A Stitch in Time: Medieval Islamic Embroideries from Egypt posted at the Cloudband.com On-line Magazine.

Mamluk period, C-14 dated 1395 AD +/- 40; Linen, silk embroidery, double running and satin stitch, pulled and drawn thread work; Ashmolean Museum, Inv.Nr. 1984.445a This photograph appeared in an article on the exhibit A Stitch in Time: Medieval Islamic Embroideries from Egypt posted at the Cloudband.com On-line Magazine.

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Славянская вышивка. Видео. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Славянская вышивка. Видео. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Almoravid Fragment.  Berber dynasty 1056–1147 C.E. founded by the prophet Abdullah ibn Tashfin, ruling much of Morocco and Spain in the 11th–12th centuries. This fragment lines the “Reliquary of Saint Isidore” which is housed in the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro, León in Spain.

Almoravid Fragment. Berber dynasty 1056–1147 C.E. founded by the prophet Abdullah ibn Tashfin, ruling much of Morocco and Spain in the 11th–12th centuries. This fragment lines the “Reliquary of Saint Isidore” which is housed in the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro, León in Spain.

Embroidered Strip, 1500s, Italy, 16th century,  embroidery; silk on linen, Overall - h:12.70 w:53.30 cm

Embroidered Strip, 1500s, Italy, 16th century, embroidery; silk on linen, Overall - h:12.70 w:53.30 cm

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