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13th c. Sicilian silk with gilt thread brocade of paired parrots in roundels - Met museum

Woven Silk with Paired Parrots in Roundels Date: century Culture: Sicilian (?) Medium: Silk and gilt metal thread on silk, warp-faced plain-weave foundation, weft-faced plain-weave pattern Accession Number:

970 AD, Mammen, Denmark. Fragments interpreted as the decorative ends of a cloak fastening band. Purple silk, stuffed with blue wool. Tablet braid in silk, gold and silver thread. Decorative panel in needlebinding with gold and silver thread.

970 C. Fragments interpreted as the decorative ends of a cloak fastening band. Purple silk, stuffed with blue wool. Tablet braid in silk, gold and silver thread. Decorative panel in nalbinding with gold and silver thread.

The less-preserved side of the Guddal tunic (kjortel), which might give some hints about the construction of those gorgeous pleats! Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen. InventoryNo : 030983. Motif : Guddal-drakten,BRM 31/1, V.splitt. Det. Photographer : Ann-Mari Olsen.

The less-preserved side of the Guddal tunic Universitetsmuseet i Bergen. InventoryNo : Motif : Guddal-drakten,BRM V.

Viking Dragon Head Silver Bracelet, Norse, Reenactment Pagan. This Dragon Headed Bracelet is handmade. It is based on a bracelet found in Sweden that is around 1000 years old. It weighs 24g and has an internal length of 16cm, plus a small gap between the terminals.This bracelet is designed to be worn loose and adjustable only once. Please bend with gentle and even pressure so that you can slide the bracelet onto your wrist.

Viking Dragon Head Silver Bracelet, Norse, Reenactment Pagan. This Dragon Headed Bracelet is handmade. It is based on a bracelet found in Sweden that is around 1000 years old. It weighs 24g and has an internal length of 16cm, plus a small gap between the terminals.This bracelet is designed to be worn loose and adjustable only once. Please bend with gentle and even pressure so that you can slide the bracelet onto your wrist.

Guddal Tunic - This garment from 11th - 12th century Norway could potentially be out of the Viking era.

Another photo of the gorgeous striped woollen blanket or cloak from Guddal, Norway. Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, InventoryNo : Motif : Guddal-drakten, BRM

Celtic Clothing During the Iron Age- A Very Broad and Generic Approach | heather smith - Academia.edu

Scroll down for amazing pictures of preserved Iron Age textiles. Amazingly fine weaving with gorgeous patterning. Might interest you Tottle

Turkish Kilim

Turkish Kilim