Sabina Petrlíková

Sabina Petrlíková

Sabina Petrlíková
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Byzantine pouche ruby silk, 10-11th century, Beromunster, Switzerland

Byzantine pouche ruby silk, 10-11th century, Beromunster, Switzerland

Pourpoint belonged to Charles de Blois, made from damask. France, 1st half of 14th century. Lyonne

Pourpoint belonged to Charles de Blois, made from damask. France, 1st half of 14th century. Lyonne

Historie odívání - 14.století, část 4.

Historie odívání - 14.století, část 4.

Chemise Isabelle de France sister of St.Luis (13th century), Convent Saint-Francois, Paris.

Chemise Isabelle de France sister of St.Luis (13th century), Convent Saint-Francois, Paris.

Tunic from Palermo (1125-50), blue and gold silk, embroidered by gold, pearls and filigrees. Kunsthistorishes Museum, Vienna

Tunic from Palermo (1125-50), blue and gold silk, embroidered by gold, pearls and filigrees. Kunsthistorishes Museum, Vienna

Pellote of Leonore of Aragorn (1st half of 13th century), Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Pellote of Leonore of Aragorn (1st half of 13th century), Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Dalmatic from south Germany (c. 1300) is made from crimson Chinese damask, embroidered by gold and silver, www.virtue.to/articles/extant.html.

Dalmatic from south Germany (c. 1300) is made from crimson Chinese damask, embroidered by gold and silver, www.virtue.to/articles/extant.html.

Underpants found in Lengberg castle, the end of 15th century (ca 1480 ?), University of Innsbruck, photo University of Innsbruck

Underpants found in Lengberg castle, the end of 15th century (ca 1480 ?), University of Innsbruck, photo University of Innsbruck

Pellote of Fernando, son of Alfonso X. (2nd half of 13th century), Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Pellote of Fernando, son of Alfonso X. (2nd half of 13th century), Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Surcotte of infanta Marie (+1235) made of white silk. Probably previously lined with fur. Museo del Traje, Madrid

Surcotte of infanta Marie (+1235) made of white silk. Probably previously lined with fur. Museo del Traje, Madrid