Maciejowski Bible, Leaf 31 - Saul wishes to slay Jonathan - Saul angry at Jonathan for his defense of David, wished to slay him. Period furniture known as a Faldstool.
Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Magi and Presentaiton of Christ | Psalter | England, East Anglia or London | ca. 1300-1310 | The Morgan Library & Museum
Embroidered silk collar. Valsgärde, 10th cent.
Tablet weaving decorating the sleeve of St Bertille (7th cent Merovingian)
Rosalie's Medieval Woman - Embellishments
Fol 35r. The Luttrell Psalter. 1325-1340. Lincolnshire, England.
tablet woven finishing on handwoven 14th century dress By Mervi Pasanen
purple silk and red trim tunic of early 1100s
Extant trim examples
Philip IV the Fair of France (1268 - 1314) 21st GGF
Lancelot du Lac (Belgique, Hainaut, XIVe siècle), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Fr.122, f°146, « Guenièvre et Bohort l’Essilié ». DOSSIER ICONOGRAPHIQUE
843.3 Hampton Court 2-3/16" (57mm)
12_3.jpg (280×334) Border of brocade attached to petticoat. Common period practice, it appears you have a lot fancier clothing than you can really afford and you don't waste expensive fabric where no one can see.
A Female Saint, possibly St. Margaret, Pietro Lorenzetti (1306-1348) Musee de Tesse, Le Mans, France
It's stem, and chain with satin stitch over the bottom of the yoke.
The red Pisa dress, seen from different angles. #1. Main info on this at http://aneafiles.webs.com/renaissancegallery/extant.html