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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).

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).

Period:      Sasanian  Date:      ca. 5th–7th century A.D.  Geography:      Central Asia  Culture:      Sasanian  Medium:      Silk textile  Dimensions:      7 1/2 inches by 42 inches  Classification:      Textiles-Costumes  Credit Line:      Purchase, Friends of Inanna Gifts and Rogers Fund, 2004  Accession Number:      2004.255

Period: Sasanian Date: ca. 5th–7th century A.D. Geography: Central Asia Culture: Sasanian Medium: Silk textile Dimensions: 7 1/2 inches by 42 inches Classification: Textiles-Costumes Credit Line: Purchase, Friends of Inanna Gifts and Rogers Fund, 2004 Accession Number: 2004.255

'Yata no Kagami' is a mirror that is one of three sacred treasures of the Japanese Imperial Court. It is housed as the object of worship in Ise-jingu shrine in Mie Prefecture, Japan. The mirror represents "wisdom" or "honesty." Most people can't see the mirror even Imperial family, therefore it's very holy. It's said that the design is same above mirror which was excavated from a tumulus constructed in third century. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yata_no_Kagami

'Yata no Kagami' is a mirror that is one of three sacred treasures of the Japanese Imperial Court. It is housed as the object of worship in Ise-jingu shrine in Mie Prefecture, Japan. The mirror represents "wisdom" or "honesty." Most people can't see the mirror even Imperial family, therefore it's very holy. It's said that the design is same above mirror which was excavated from a tumulus constructed in third century. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yata_no_Kagami

Silk Fragment. Spain 14th century Diasper weave; silk and gold. Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.

Silk Fragment. Spain 14th century Diasper weave; silk and gold. Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.

留袖用帯、正倉院花鳥合文

留袖用帯、正倉院花鳥合文

Samitum-woven textile with confronted birds in medallions, silk Iran or Iraq; c. 650–750, With its motif consisting of confronted pheasants or peacocks and eagles standing on winged palmettes in medallions, this textile clearly belongs to a tradition that was found in both the Sasanian and the Byzantine empires.

Samitum-woven textile with confronted birds in medallions, silk Iran or Iraq; c. 650–750, With its motif consisting of confronted pheasants or peacocks and eagles standing on winged palmettes in medallions, this textile clearly belongs to a tradition that was found in both the Sasanian and the Byzantine empires.

螺鈿紫檀五絃琵琶

螺鈿紫檀五絃琵琶

14 c. Mamluk silk textile: ogees with rosettes with the name of the Sultan woven in. Gold on blue

14 c. Mamluk silk textile: ogees with rosettes with the name of the Sultan woven in. Gold on blue

Mirror from the Shoso-in

Mirror from the Shoso-in

A SILK SAMIT TEXTILE FRAGMENT, NEAR EAST (?), 12TH CENTURY OR EARLIER the fragment woven with red and cream silk threads with horizontal registers of winged horses in convoy 50.5 by 26cm.

A SILK SAMIT TEXTILE FRAGMENT, NEAR EAST (?), 12TH CENTURY OR EARLIER the fragment woven with red and cream silk threads with horizontal registers of winged horses in convoy 50.5 by 26cm.

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