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Lacis, filet, buratto . . .


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Lacis, filet, buratto . . .

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M272064. A hairnet from St. Truiden with lacis fleur de lis and bird designs. Also from St. Truiden and found at the Royal Institute of Cultural Heritage in Belgium. Google Translate suggests that the plain mesh is red dyed with madder and the embroidery is white and yellow dyed with weld.

M271618. A tiny fragment of a hairnet that appears to have been embroidered on with gold thread. Also from St. Truiden and found at the Royal Institute of Cultural Heritage in Belgium.

Cap, 13th-14th century, Kerk O.L. Vrouw Hemelvaart

Fragment of a hairnet. The Elisabeth Church in Marburg. Silk, knotted mesh, embroidery, weaving

This fragment of a 13th century (?)hairnet supposedly comes from the grave of a Hessian landgrave. Depictions suggest that hairnets were worn primarily by women. They were clothing accessories for the aristocracy and were worn over loose hair, cover ing it, or under another headdress. The silk net was originally circular in shape. It could be held in place by a ribbon passing through the loops on the outer edge.

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Hairnet made of silk (1300), Gemanisches National Museum, Nurmberg Excellent color photos can be found at www.flickr.com/...

Extant details - Acessories, Hairnet

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Border - Italian, 16th century, embroidered net Accession number: 79.1.78

Border | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Opus Teutonicum - 1300 c

Rares fragments de bordures en broderie de Buratto sur gaze, Italie, (Sicile ?), vers 1550-1600. Soie, fond tissé en gaze de soie bleue brodé à l'aiguille au point de reprise en lin, bordure frangé en soie floche bleu et crème. Belle frise de lions affrontés dans le style des soieries de Lucques du 14e siècle, entrecoupés de fleurons Renaissance et bordée d'une frise au décor d'animaux affrontés et châteaux ou tours intercalés de plus petite échelle.

A8960 Lace border or frieze, drawn work lace, punto tirato, linen, Southern Europe, early 1600s - Powerhouse Museum Collection

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Fragment of a border with a red floral vine pattern on gauze weave. This fragment is medium: linen, silk technique: needlework on gauze weave. This fragment is from Italy and dated "16th–17th century".

Strip

Strip | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Band

Band | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Border

Border | Italian or Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Border Date: 16th century Culture: Italian (Sicily) Medium: Embroidered net Accession Number: 08.180.664

Border | Italian (Sicily) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Altar cloth Date: 16th century Culture: Italian or French Medium: Embroidered net Accession Number: 06.578

Altar cloth | Italian or French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Altar cloth Date: 17th century Culture: Italian Medium: Linen, embroidered net Accession Number: 28.67

Altar cloth | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Western European, dated 1200-1400, 20 cm diameter. Held in Sint-Truiden [district], Limburg, Belgium in the Assumption Church O.L.Vrouw. The underlying net is knotted in red/beige organzizinjde (silk thread?) with +/- 64 intersections per cm2. The embroidery over it (click through and zoom!) is in grey, white and beige organzinzijde in stopwerk (knotted stitch? Sorry, rubbish at Dutch) over the mesh. Woven cords form loops at edge for tightening cord.

Hairnet from the last quarter of the 13th century. Middle or Lower Rhine region. 33cm in diameter, worked in green and white silk while the embroidery is worked in spun silk and gilded silver wrapped around a textile core. Currently in the Art Museum in Dusseldorf. Via a stitch in time.

a stitch in time: Hairnets, part I

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Part of a ? of heraldic embroidery. German, 14th century. Silk net darned with coloured silks. Photo by ClaredeCrecy.

embroidered mesh

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ITALIAN LINEN & LACE TABLE COVER, 16TH C

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ITALIAN LINEN & LACE TABLE COVER, 16TH C

Augusta Auctions

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Fragment of a relic bag German (probably Mainz), 13th century Germany DIMENSIONS Overall: 20 x 18 cm (7 7/8 x 7 1/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Linen gauze, embroidered with silk ACCESSION NUMBER 39.543