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Hand made fabrics

In this gallery we would like to show patterns of contemporary brocades and laces or texture of hand made fabrics.

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The oldest Czech embroidered cloth

flax, from the tomb of St. Ludmila, begging of 11th century, Prague Castle

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Cover from St Wenceslas shrine

Romanic embroidery from the 11th century, St. Vitus cathedral, Prague

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Silk brocade

from Spain, 12th century, Museum Clunny, Paris

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Silk brocade

from Spain, 1st half of 12th century. Today located in Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

 
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Detail of chasuble

used probably in the Chapel of St. Wenceslas, 13th century, Prague Castle

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Embroidery

fragment of English embroidery (1310-1340)

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Fragment

of fabric made in 14th century in Spain. Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

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Embroidery

of altar frontal from 14th century, Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

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Embroidery

detail of altar frontal from the late 14th century, Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

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Embroidery

detail of embroidery on devotional robe with depiction of St. John  (c. 1400), Hungary

 
Extant details - Accessories, part 19
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
Extant details - Hand made fabrics, part 2