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Metal decorations

with symbols of city Ostrihom from 13th century, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

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Crown

belonged probably to Margaret (13th century), Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

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Brooche

gold circular brooche from the 13th century. Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

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Coif

of infante Fernando of Castile (1189-1211), silk with gold embroidery, Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

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Brooches

1200-1350 from excavations in London. Materials - gunmetal, pewter, silver, copper alloy.

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Liturgical Comb

ca. 12001210, English, made of ivory; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

 
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Gloves

were probably made in Sicily for Roger II for his coronation in 1220. They are from red silk, decorated by gold, pearls and sapphire.

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Shoes

of German emperors made in Sicily at beginning of 13th century. Decorated by red silk, golden hems, jewelry and pearls.

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Gloves

from the grave of archbishop Rodrigo Ximereze de Rada (1245), Monastery of St. Maria de Huerta, Madrid

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Birrete

of Fernando de la Cerda (1252-1275), silk embroidered by gold and silver, convent Las Huelgas, near Burgos

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Belt

of Fernando de la Cerda (1252-1275), convent Las Huelgas, near Burgos

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Coife

of Infante Fernando (13th century), convent Las Huelgas, near Burgos (?)

 
Extant details - Accessories, part 3
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
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