Seraphine Lucyfera

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Wool knitted hat w/double brim, 16th/17th c, excavated in Copenhagen. "Knit from above in one piece with the brim, which is double knit and cast off at the edge. Originally the hats have been fulled so that they resembled felt, and perhaps they were dyed." -Poul Grinder Hansen on Goodwyfe blog. Danish National Museum.

Hat (d): High-crowned knitted hats with double brims, originally fulled to resemble felt hats. From the Danish Museum in Copenhagen.

Textile    Date:      13th century  Culture:      German (?)  Medium:      Silk, metal thread  Dimensions:      Overall: 12 x 2 in. (30.5 x 5.1 cm)Textile

Textile Date: century Culture: German (?) Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 12 x 2 in. x cm)Textile

Altartuchborte Halberstadt  Original: Domschatz Halberstadt  middle: pattern without brocading below: pattern with brocading tablet woven by aisling

Altartuchborte Halberstadt Original: Domschatz Halberstadt middle: pattern without brocading below: pattern with brocading tablet woven by aisling

8th to 10th century, "Birka grave 524", (I have my doubts about this. Can't find where the image is coming from, and it looks exactly the same as Birka grave no. 943...)

to century, "Birka grave (I have my doubts about this. Can't find where the image is coming from, and it looks exactly the same as Birka grave no.

Belt of King Philip of Swabia 12th or 13th Century. Silk. Squares of twist pattering are clearly visible between the areas of brocaded knotwork. Collingwood, The Techniques of Tablet Weaving, p.155/plate 75.

Belt of King Philip of Swabia, Century, silk, squares of twist pattering are clearly visible between the areas of brocaded knotwork.

10th century band from Chernigov, Urkraine. Left original band, right reconstruction woven by aisling.

century band from Chernigov, Urkraine. Left original band, right reconstruction woven by aisling.