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SockDate: 12th–13th century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton Dimensions: H. 19 1/2 in. (49. 5 cm) W. 6 in. (15.2 cm) Classification: Textiles-Costumes

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Sock Date: century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton Dimensions: H. 5 cm) W. cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1927 Accession Number:

Sock Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton Dimensions: H. 19 1/2 in. (49. 5 cm) W. 6 in. (15.2 cm)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Sock Date: century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton Dimensions: H. 5 cm) W. cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1927 Accession Number:

1850’s Hand Knit Child’s Wool Socks. Adorable!!!!! awwwwesome for hanging on the Christmas tree or on a wreath etc

Hand Knit Child’s Wool Socks. awwwwesome for hanging on the Christmas tree or on a wreath etc

Date: 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: Silk and metal thread, knitted lace

Gloves Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: Silk and metal thread, knitted lace Dimensions: L. 6 inches x cm

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Welsh socks from St Fagans Museum archives including the death socks of Eliza Lewis - interesting story

A rare pair of ladies' knitted silk and metal thread mittens, probably Italian, late 17th-early 18th century. of fine rose-pink silk with diapered and spotted patterns in gold and silver thread, the curved finger guard lined in lustrous gold braid, and edged with gold fringes, 26cm, 10in long

A rare pair of ladies' knitted silk and metal thread mittens, probably Italian, late century. of fine rose-pink silk with diapered and spotted patterns in gold and silver thread, the curved finger guard lined in lustrous gold braid, and ed

Knitted wool stocking, 16th/17th c, excavated in Copenhagen. Note the cb 'seam' (k one row, p2, k1, p2 second row); common heel; a few decreases towards toe. Danish National Museum

Knitted wool stocking, c, excavated in Copenhagen. Note the cb 'seam' (k one row, second row); a few decreases towards toe.

1548 pair of hose. Paar Strümpfe / Bräutigamskleid bestehend aus Schaube, Wams, Hose, Paar Strümpfen

1548 pair of hose. Paar Strümpfe / Bräutigamskleid bestehend aus Schaube, Wams, Hose, Paar Strümpfen -- Silk knitted hose with thick triple-plied yarn

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The earliest known examples of knitting have been found in Egypt and cover a range of items, including complex colorful wool fragments and indigo blue and white cotton stockings, which have been dated between the and centuries CE.

Knitted silk stockings, originally red. A part of Eleonora di Toledo's burial attire, 1562 (Palazzo Pitti, Florence).

August 1562 Florence, (Eleonora of Toledo, grand duchess of Tuscany married to Cosimo de Medici red silk knitted stockings): Once Elizabeth wore a pair of knitted stockings, she loved them so much that she had an Italian knitter brought to England.

1600 child's stockings  The long stockings are knit from cotton yarn. The side gusset is decorated with a pronounced decrease. The upper edge is decorated with a knitted diamond.

Lippisches Landesmuseum, knitted cotton stockings for a 6 year old girl, 1600

Child' sock wool KNITTED found Oxyrhynchus, Egypt 2nd cent Roman Manchester Museum

Child' sock wool KNITTED found Oxyrhynchus, Egypt cent Roman Manchester Museum. Not knitted- nalbinding, coptic stitch.

Knitted wool gloves, 16th/17th c excavated in Copenhagen. Note the purl pattern and the thrums in imitation of fur. Danish National Museum.

Textiles in the Danish Museum in Copenhagen - Kate C - Picasa Albums Web

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