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Digitalt Museum - Tekstil, broderi

Digitalt Museum - Tekstil, broderi

Fragment of embroidery      Egyptian (Arabic), 13th–16th century       Egypt  Dimensions      22.5 x 20.5 cm (8 7/8 x 8 1/16 in.); Legacy dimension: 0.21 x 0.23 m  Medium or Technique      Linen; embroidered with silk  Classification      Textiles   Accession Number      48.1061

Fragment of embroidery Egyptian (Arabic), 13th–16th century Egypt Dimensions 22.5 x 20.5 cm (8 7/8 x 8 1/16 in.); Legacy dimension: 0.21 x 0.23 m Medium or Technique Linen; embroidered with silk Classification Textiles Accession Number 48.1061

Yemen, Medieval. Resist-dyed Cotton (Arabic, ikat) of the warp threads. White cotton embroidered Arabic text repeats the same phrase, 9 times: "In the name of God; Dominion belongs to God." Specimen in the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.

Yemen, Medieval. Resist-dyed Cotton (Arabic, ikat) of the warp threads. White cotton embroidered Arabic text repeats the same phrase, 9 times: "In the name of God; Dominion belongs to God." Specimen in the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.

Tiraz textile fragment from Fustat, Egypt. Plain weave cotton textile with inscription embroidered in buttonhole stitch. Height of letters is 1.6 cm. Specimen 73.21 in the collection of the Textile Museum, Washington DC.

Tiraz textile fragment from Fustat, Egypt. Plain weave cotton textile with inscription embroidered in buttonhole stitch. Height of letters is 1.6 cm. Specimen 73.21 in the collection of the Textile Museum, Washington DC.

Coptic. Textile, 8th century C.E. Wool, 7 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. (19.1 x 21.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Philip Gould, 85.165.3. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum (in collaboration with Index of Christian Art, Princeton University), CUR.85.1653_ICA.jpg)

Coptic. Textile, 8th century C.E. Wool, 7 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. (19.1 x 21.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Philip Gould, 85.165.3. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum (in collaboration with Index of Christian Art, Princeton University), CUR.85.1653_ICA.jpg)

Place of origin: Akhmim, Egypt  Date:4th/5th century  Museum number:1379-1888  Square panel from a linen tunic (?), each embroidered in purple wool and undyed linen thread, with a gadrooned two-handled vase in which are two foliated stems.  See also 1380-1888.

Embroidery

Place of origin: Akhmim, Egypt Date:4th/5th century Museum number:1379-1888 Square panel from a linen tunic (?), each embroidered in purple wool and undyed linen thread, with a gadrooned two-handled vase in which are two foliated stems. See also 1380-1888.

An early fragment of Islamic embroidery from North Africa Fatimid Dynasty. This is a very rare and early piece dated to the early 12th century

An early fragment of Islamic embroidery from North Africa Fatimid Dynasty. This is a very rare and early piece dated to the early 12th century

Cap fragment, North Africa, 10th century.

Cap fragment, North Africa, 10th century.

Tuskaftad, ofärgad bomull gestaltat som en mönsterduk med i friser ordnad geometrisk dekor broderad Executed 1200 - 1500 Egyptian Inventory No. NMK 190/1939 Acquisition Gåva 1939 av Carl Johan Lamm och A.J. Charleston

Tuskaftad, ofärgad bomull gestaltat som en mönsterduk med i friser ordnad geometrisk dekor broderad Executed 1200 - 1500 Egyptian Inventory No. NMK 190/1939 Acquisition Gåva 1939 av Carl Johan Lamm och A.J. Charleston

Linen and silk embroidery        Egyptian (Ayyubid), A.D. 1169–1250     Dimensions      Height x width: 9 1/16 x 2 15/16 in. (23 x 7.5 cm)  Medium or Technique      Linen and silk  Classification      Textiles     Accession Number      30.684

Linen and silk embroidery Egyptian (Ayyubid), A.D. 1169–1250 Dimensions Height x width: 9 1/16 x 2 15/16 in. (23 x 7.5 cm) Medium or Technique Linen and silk Classification Textiles Accession Number 30.684

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