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Type: Clothing - Garment Object Name:	Tunic Band Place Made: Africa: North Africa, Egypt People: Copts Period:	11th to 12th century Date:	1000 - 1199 Dimensions: L 28 cm x W 16 cm Materials: Cotton  Techniques: Plain woven; tapestry woven; fringed

Type: Clothing - Garment Object Name: Tunic Band Place Made: Africa: North Africa, Egypt People: Copts Period: to century Date: 1000 - 1199 Dimensions: L 28 cm x W 16 cm Materials: Cotton Techniques: Plain woven;

Japanese asa - hemo cloth. With patches and family crest (thus cloth is made of two kimonos)

Secondary- screens flashed infrared images conveyed by heavily encrypted transmissions from the droids on the ground.

The appliqué design on this linen textile is executed in a color similar to the base fabric. On one edge, four pointed lappets are suspended from the rectangular fabric by a row of threads. The lappets alternate between two designs

Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen, silk, metal wrapped thread;

Chinese Textiles  Run Li Skirt, Hainan  Early 20th century  Embroidered cotton

Chinese Textiles - Run Li Skirt - Hainan, Early Century - Embroidered Cotton

Coptic tunic in linen and wool. Egypt, Akhmim (former Panopolis). Probably 5th century.

Tunic: Tunic Date: probably century Geography: Egypt, Akhmim (former Panopolis) Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool

Coat ~ 'chyrpy' ~ Turkmenistan; Tekke Turkmen | Mid 19th to early 20th century | Cotton, silk, wool  || This is an example of a coat for an older woman. It was worn as an outdoor veiling garment, hanging from the head and covering the upper body. Its intricate silk embroidery in red and blue shows a tulip motif, the most typical floral pattern used to decorate women’s traditional garments.

coat, chyrpy Place Made: Asia: Central Asia, Turkmenistan, Central Turkmenistan…

I especially like the trim right at the edge of the sleeve.  Object Name:      Fragment  Date:      8th–10th century  Geography:      Egypt  Medium:      Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave  Dimensions:      7.87 in. high 7.00 in. wide (20 cm high 18 cm wide)  Classification:      Textiles  Credit Line:      Gift of George F. Baker, 1890  Accession Number:      90.5.167

Coptic wool and linen plain and tapestry woven fragment x 7 in.

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: 14th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; double weave Accession Number: 1979.462.2

Textile Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; double weave Dimensions: Textile: H.

Woven Tapestry Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: mid-8th century Geography: Iran, Iraq, or Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool; tapestry weave Accession Number: 50.83

Woven Tapestry Fragment Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Iran, Iraq, or Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool;

Textile Fragment Depicting a Male Figure under an Arch.  11-12th Century, Egypt.  Tapestry weave in polychrome sild and undyed linen.  This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam:  Age of Transition, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through July 8, 2012.

Textile Fragment Depicting a Male Figure under an Arch. Tapestry weave in polychrome sild and undyed linen. This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through July

Tapestry bible cover woven in silk, silver and silver-gilt thread. Possibly Sheldon Tapestry Workshops c.1615

Book cover

Tapestry bible cover woven in silk, silver and silver-gilt thread. Possibly Sheldon Tapestry Workshops

Baroque period 17th century. Coiffure Louis XIV.Louis XIV wanted all of Europe to know about Paris fashions so he began sending life-sized fashion dolls to every European Court. The dolls were dressed in the latest styles. Noble ladies would have their tailors imitate the clothes, footwear, hats and accessories on the latest dolls.

Rococo hairstyle, use of feathers in hats and in hair adding height became very fashionable

Africa | Liberia | Tunic |  20th century | L 96 cm x W 62 cm | Cotton | Plain woven; embroidered; hand-sewn

Tunic Place Made: Africa: West Africa, Liberia Period: century Date: 1900 - 1999 Dimensions: L 96 cm x W 62 cm Materials: Cotton Techni.

Veil (burqha) from middle to lower Egypt.  | The center tube called a arusat, represents the status of wearer. Some  veils have several.  | Collection of Nelly Van den Abbeele

Veil from middle to lower Egypt. The center tube called an arusat, represents the status of wearer. Some veils have several. Collection of Nelly Van den Abbeele