M271617. Fragment of a hairnet patterned with lacis birds This was also found at St. Truiden and dates to about 1200-1400. Updated: Alwen found a link that is in color, but the photo is upside down.
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A rare silk robe. Central Asia, 11th-12th century & A very fine Mongol cloth of gold silk robe. Central Asia, 13th-14th century
1500-1600 Belgian hairnet.
inconnu ; Musée Diocésain et Trésor de la cathédrale Saint-Aubain ; Namur[localité]
Another hairnet from St. Truiden, with lacis birds decorating it. 14ème
Another view of hair net from Sint-Truiden, Limburg, Belgium in the Assumption Church O.L.Vrouw. Shows decorative band at front of net compared to rear with loops for gathering. Possibly a model for later period goldhaube reconstructions.
Interesting site for 11th and 12th C clothing. http://www.eleanorofaquitaine.net
BALaT KIK-IRPA Material: zijde, goudbrokaat Technique: geborduurd Place of production: Brussel Date of production : 1562 - 1562 Description: vernieuwde stof zie ook dalmatiek A (KIKNR. 896), dalmatiek B (KIKNR. 901), kazuifel (KIKNR. 17142).
Heraldic embroidery, leopards, early 1300s. Surface-couched gold thread, silk.