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Appliquéed heraldic panel, Hardwick Hall, 16th C.

The edge from trousers, 16th century Italian. Linen, silk and metal thread.

Fabulous quilting on this - Drunkards Path, Pieced by Terri Hulse. Freehand Quilted by Jessica's Quilting Studio

The oval gold locket enameled with black and white pea-pod ornament at the sides is mounted on the lid with a sapphire cameo portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) and with an onyx cameo bust of Cleopatra with the asp on the back. Inside there is an enameled miniature of Charles I (1600-1648) facing front with a melancholy expression, wearing sash of the Order head standing out against a celestial blue ground. Locket: early 17th century, Cameo: second half of the 16th century.

16th century prayer book

Raven Row presents the first public exhibition of the collection of historic textiles assembled by Seth Siegelaub over the past thirty years for the Center for Social Research on Old Textiles (CSROT). Coptic tunic (detail). Egypt, ca. 6th century, wool and linen. CSROT Historic Textile Collection at the Stichting. Egress Foundation, Amsterdam

"Pink Chalk picture taker"Quilt Market Spring 2012

Rylands Collection Embroidered binding Sonetti e Trionfi Creator: Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374 Manuzio, Aldo Date Created: 1501 Publication Details: Venice: Aldus Manutius Source: Couleurs

We have many examples of appliqué from our period of study. Not only were fabrics and leather applied to other fabrics, but sometimes embroidered pieces - such as slips - would be applied to a ground fabric after the embroidery was completed or, perhaps, the original ground fabric became worn. Some examples of decorative needlework that use appliqué area heraldic panel from Hardwick Hall (images 3 & 4) and a 14th century wall hanging from Germany that depicts scenes from the Tristan legend…