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Woven silk

This woven silk is one of the most expensive luxury textiles of the 14th century and might have been used for secular or ecclesiastical dress or furnishings.

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Black and gold silk brocade Outfit for Silkstone Barbie 12'' OOAK dolls

The outfit fits Silkstone Barbie dolls. A classic set cut from a beautiful black and gold silk brocade fabric, fully lined and features a coat with three-quarter length sleeves with real fur cuffs and the accompanying strapless sheath dress. The dress is fully lined with snap back closure. Black and gold brocade pillbox hat. Necklace and bracelet made of golden beads. A pair of elbow length gloves in soft gold lycra complete the ensemble. Black shoes will be added. It does not include the…

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Bycocket - medieval lady's hunting hat, 14th century, recreated from felt, silk brocade with carnelian stones. MA

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Joanne Woodward in "From the Terrace (1960) wearing a silk brocade hostess gown by William Travilla.

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Vintage Japanese Silk Brocade Fukuro Obi - Dark Eggplant w/ Gold/Red Kiri/Kikko- Excellent

Obi. I need traditional Japanese textiles in the house. Gorgeous works of art in thread.

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Victorian silk brocade and silk satin dinner dress with lace detail by House of Pingat [French], c. 1878 {detail of silk brocade}

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“Part of corset bodice and sleeves - Made from blue silk brocade with a large scale design of naturalistic flowers in pinks, greens and yellows. This is French silk - point rentree 1735-1737. There are blue linen tabs. It is lined with linen. It is heavily boned with eyelet holes down the backs and fronts for the stomacher. Sleeves would attach with blue ribbon. The cuff of the sleeves is trimmed with cream silk ribbon. There are 6 hip tabs. (female) (foundation garment)”

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