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    Blue silk robe Central Asia, possibly 13th century Woven silk

    Silk samite robe. 8th-11th century C.E. (date uncertain).

    Caftan - Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century, Moshchevaya Balka, Hermitage. St. Petersburg

    Mid-16th Century Woven Silk Panel

    This rare and important 8th-century silk tunic with Arab inscription originating from Sogdiana, Central Asia

    An Ilkhanid silk robe, Persia or Central Asia, 13th/14th century | lot | Sotheby's

    Buryat Mongolian dress deel (the square opening edges on the chest area) for a man (left) and an earlier dress deel for a woman (right) showing more elaborate design including taller hat.

    Albe, originally from Switzerland, 13th century. Now at Museum Schnütgen Köln (Cologne). Zoomable photos at: www.kulturelles-e...

    A MAGNIFICENT SILK LAMPAS FEATHERED HAT, CENTRAL ASIA, 11TH/12TH CENTURY

    A SELJUK SILK ROBE, IRAN OR CENTRAL ASIA, 11TH/12TH CENTURY

    Robe

    A rare silk robe. Central Asia, 11th-12th century & A very fine Mongol cloth of gold silk robe. Central Asia, 13th-14th century

    Seljuq Silk Samit Robe, Central Asia, 11th Century

    A Mongol Warrior. They were very good warriors, and conquered much of Asia in a very short time.

    13th century garb...embroidery is incredible!

    ca år tusen i moldovia

    Sidelacing on paintings from the 15th Century -Maniacal Medievalist

    Eurasia c 1200 pre Genghis

    …my white 12th century silk “Trapunto” underdress finished! :D. To date, this is the only technique that I have seen that correctly recreates the look of a 12th century chemise.

    A MONGOL 'CLOTH OF GOLD' SILK AND METAL THREAD ROBE

    A MONGOL 'CLOTH OF GOLD' SILK AND METAL THREAD ROBE CENTRAL ASIA, LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY Of silk woven with a very fine design of writhing dragons on a ground of dense floral designs, with long pleated flaring skirt, long tapering sleeves with applied bands of similar but contrasting silks forming the cuffs, similar panels of similar silks forming the collar bands, lilac silk ties, with original light blue silk lining. 54¾in. (139cm.) long; 82¼in. (209cm.) cuff to cuff