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IT's not Oseberg silk, it's not even Persian silk! C6th–7thAD Silk twill textile, woven in Japan, imitating a Sasanian Persian original, from the Shoso-in Depository in Nara (established 754 AD).

A fabulous example of a felt that may very well be Mongol also. The aesthetic is very refined. 8th century, Shoso-in Treasure House, Nara, Japan. A detailed 13th century account of Mongol yurts adn their felts, quoted by Bertold Spuler, in 'The History of the Mongols', notes that embroidered "birds and beasts" were featured in the designs of Mongol felts.

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Guilloche Lattice with Pinecone (?) Date: 7th–9th century Geography: Made in Egypt Culture: Byzantine Medium: Weft-faced compound twill (samit) in red, black, and blue silk

Go game board of shitan with marquetry. Wood & Bamboo. Wood faced with shitan (red sandalwood). Grids inlaid with ivory. Wood inlay: ivory, tsuge (boxwood), kurogaki (black persimmon wood), etc. Colors on ivory in lateral side design. Upper side of frame base applied with translucent material over painted decoration.

Textile with Floral Medallion Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Date: late 8th–early 9th century Culture: China Medium: Weft-faced compound twill Dimensions: Overall: 24 x 28 in. (61 x 71.1 cm) Mount (with plexi cover): 28 3/4 x 32 1/2 in. (73 x 82.6 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

ancient mirror in Syosohin museum in Nara,Japan.@螺鈿鏡

Viking silk found on the Oseberg ship


Date: 8th–9th century Culture: Eastern Iran or Sogdiana Medium: Silk Dimensions: 13 3/8 x 17 5/16 in. (34 x 44 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Credit Line: Purchase, Rogers Fund, by exchange, 2006 Accession Number: 2006.472