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Samitum-woven textile with confronted birds in medallions, silk  Iran or Iraq; c. 650–750  48.5 × 11 cm | http://www.davidmus.dk/assets/216/3_1-9a-1996-Tekstil-med-fugle-i-medaljoner.jpg

Samitum-woven textile with confronted birds in medallions, silk Iran or Iraq; H: W: 11 cm

Fragments of a Wood-Block Print, 1000s - 1100s  Iran or Iraq, Seljuk period, 11th - 12th century  block printing on tabby; silk warp and cotton weft, Overall - h:32.10 w:40.00 cm (h:12 5/8 w:15 11/16 inches). John L. Severance Fund 1950.558. Cleveland Museum of Art.

Fragments of a Wood-Block Print, - Iran or Iraq, Seljuk period, - century block printing on tabby; silk warp and cotton weft, Overall - cm inches). Severance Fund Cleveland Museum of Art.

Silk Fragment, late 1200s - 1300s  Iran or Iraq, late 13th - 14th century  lampas weave with areas of compound tabby, silk and metallic thread, Overall - h:23.20 w:10.70 cm (h:9 1/8 w:4 3/16 inches).

Silk Fragment, late - Iran or Iraq, late - century lampas weave with areas of compound tabby, silk and metallic thread, Overall - cm inches).

Silk with falconers, Iran, 11th century Silk (double-weave lance silk)

Silk with falconers, Iran, century, Silk (double-weave lance silk) © Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg (photo: Christoph von Viràg)

Date:      8th–9th century  Culture:      Eastern Iran or Sogdiana  Medium:      Silk  Dimensions:      13 3/8 x 17 5/16 in. (34 x 44 cm)  Classification:      Textiles-Woven  Credit Line:      Purchase, Rogers Fund, by exchange, 2006  Accession Number:      2006.472

Textile Fragment with Confronted Deer in Partial Pearl Roundel with Serrated Outer Border Date: century Culture: Eastern Iran or Sogdiana Medium: Silk Dimensions: 13 x 17 in. x 44 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

Fragment of a samitum-woven textile, silk Eastern Iran or Central Asia; 8th-9th century 32.5 × 38.5 cm David Collection, Copenhagen Inv. no. 10/1996

Fragment of a samitum-woven textile, silk Eastern Iran or Central Asia; century H: W: cm, Wide 10 1996 tekstil med okser i rondel

16th C. Iran saw the first Safavid silk textiles decorated with images of people in garden settings influenced by the art of miniature paintings. Lampas woven silk with metal lamella.    Pernille-Klemp

Fragment of a lampas-woven textile, silk with metal lamella spun around a silk core Iran; half of century 76 × 34 cm

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