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Fragment of The Baldishol Tapestry, Hedmark, Norway. 12th C. It came to light after the demolition of the Baldishol church in the late 1870s. Kunstindustrimuseet, Oslo.

A shield which has been quartered, though one line of partition is a chevron. The upper quarters possess counterchanged roundels. The Baldishol Tapestry, late Hedmark, Norway.

TISCHDECKE LM-16405 Tischdecke. Im Mittelteil reiche Flechtbandornamentik, 26 Ovale bildend. Umschrift. Stielstich auf Leinwand, Kettenstich;; : Gobelinstich, Hexenstich;; : Flechtstich. 1200 - 1250. Herkunft: Schweiz, Ostschweiz. Masse: Höhe 111 cm, Breite 684 cm. (LM-16405)

TISCHDECKE LM-16405 Tischdecke. Im Mittelteil reiche Flechtbandornamentik, 26 Ovale bildend. Umschrift. Stielstich auf Leinwand, Kettenstich;; : Gobelinstich, Hexenstich;; : Flechtstich. 1200 - 1250. Herkunft: Schweiz, Ostschweiz. Masse: Höhe 111 cm, Breite 684 cm. (LM-16405)

The Norwegian Baldishol Tapestry, which is now in the The Oslo Museum of Applied Art, is believed to originate from the very end of the 12th century.

The Norwegian Baldishol Tapestry, which is now in the The Oslo Museum of Applied Art, is believed to originate from the very end of the century.

V - Medieval & Renaissance Galleries-  Wall Hanging, Germany, 1370-1400 - detail

V - Medieval & Renaissance Galleries- Wall Hanging, Germany, - detail - Tristan Wall Hanging

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Intarsia and applique. embroidery in fulled wool with gilded leather strips. Blue background, red circle frame with leafs.

"Falken im Medaillon" Ende 11.Jhd

"Falken im Medaillon" Ende Book from Fischbach "Historic Textile Patterns" Falke 2

Skokloster cushion, intarsia Wool, gilded leather Sweden Medieval

Skokloster cushion, intarsia Wool, gilded leather Sweden Medieval

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