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  • Mary Eicher

    1130 or later Dalmatic sleeves, Kunsthistorische Museum, Vienna Palermo, Royal workshop, between 1130 and 1154 Purple silk with trimmings in red silk, embroidered in gold, gold filigree, enamel, and pearls; H overall 141 cm

  • Melanie Smith

    The body of the dalmatic is made from a deep purple silk. The apparels (cuff and lower border) were made from what appears to be red silk twill - similar to the materials used in the construction of the Coronation Mantle of Roger II of Sicily. Materials include blue and red velvet, gold embroidery, gold appliqués with cloisonné enamel and filligree, pearls; The neck is framed by three centimetres wide tablet weave, which is itself framed by indiidually applied pearls.

  • Louise Moroses

    Tunicella belonging to Emperor Frederick II. Palermo, 2nd quarter of the 12th century. Blue and red velvet, gold embroidery, gold appliqués with cloisonné enamel and filligree, pearls

  • Errin Edlin

    extant medieval clothing

  • Carola

    Silk Tunicella from Palermo. Early 1100's. medieval fashion I wonder how it's possible that this has been so well preserved?

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