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Birrete of Fernando de la Cerda (1252-1275), silk embroidered by gold and silver, convent Las Huelgas, near Burgos

Birrete of Fernando de la Cerda silk embroidered by gold and silver, convent Las Huelgas, near Burgos

EL SAYON: EN AGOSTO DE 1275 MUERE EN VILLA REAL EL HEREDERO DE LA CORONA DE CASTILLA

Cap belonging to Ferdinanado de la Certa, died aged 20 , 1211 or Spanish Color pictures courtesy of Marianne Perdomo

rugtracker: KHYAMIYA

rugtracker: KHYAMIYA An amazing collection of tent images.

Fig 3.  Embroidered seal-pouch with English heraldry c. 1280.

Nadezhda’s Embroidered Pouch

Coif of Fernando de la Cerda, Infante of Castile and son of Alfonso X, (1189-1211), silk with gold embroidery, Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

Coif of Fernando de la Cerda, Infante of Castile and son of Alfonso X, silk with gold embroidery, Convent Las Huelgas near Burgos

A 14th century hairnet done with large white meshes, small green meshes, and decorated with embroidered shields that were attached to the hairnet.

Extant Medieval Hairnet photos on the Web

A century hairnet done with large white meshes, small green meshes, and decorated with embroidered shields that were attached to the hairnet.

pellote de Fernando de la Cerda

Pellote de Fernando de la Cerda Silk fibers and yarns gimped in gold and silver. A sideless, sleeveless garment worn by men and women in the middle ages.

(Kerk O.L.Vrouw Geboorte) with a scene from a medieval romance (?), made in Paris c. 1391-1410

Vrouw Geboorte) with a scene from a medieval romance (?), made in Paris c.

Textile Fragment, 13th century. Spain - Islamic. Silk and wrapped metal thread. 1987.440.2 Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Woven Textile ~ Silk Fragment from Spain ~ century ~ Silk, metal wrapped thread ~ Islamic ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

бисерные шлем Фернандо де ла Серда

Cap & belt belonging to Ferdinanado de la Certa, died aged 20 ,

Mantle with floral pattern from 13/14th century you can see in Berne Historical Museum

Mantle with floral pattern, century (Berne historical museum). These cloaks would have been made predominantly for royal ceremonial occasions not for everyday context.

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