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Textile with Brocade

Textile, Brocade

Works of Art (31)

Brocade, 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk and metal thread (59.58)
Brocaded silk, 1760s, French, Silk and metal thread (69.79.3)
Brocaded silk, design dated 1748, Anna Maria Garthwaite, designer; Thomas Brant, weaver, English (Spitalfields), Silk (62.136.1)
Brocaded velvet, 14th century, Probably Italian, Brocaded velvet of silk and metal thread (46.156.72)
Cape, second half of 16th century, French, Velvet brocade with gold ground and small set pattern of geometric motifs woven in tan velvet of cut pile (06.941)
Court dress, ca. 1750, British, Blue silk taffeta brocaded with silver thread (C.I.65.13.1a-c)
Court gown, 1760s, French, Cloth-of-silver brocaded with silver lace trim (50.168.2a,b)
Evening coat, 1935, Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French), White silk brocade with polychrome birds and polychrome striped silk (C.I.46.4.19a,b)
Evening dress, 1936, Charles James (American, born Great Britain), Cream china silk brocaded with gold metal thread (2009.300.687)
Length of brocaded velvet, 16th century, Spanish or Italian, Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (46.156.120)
Length of brocaded velvet, late 15th century, Italian (Venice), Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (12.49.8)
Loom-width piece of velvet, late 15th century, Probably Bursa, Turkey, possibly Venice, Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts (53.157)
Mantua, ca. 1708, English, Bizarre silk in salmon-pink damask with floral and foliate pattern brocaded with polychrome silk and gold metallic file (1991.6.1a,b)
Men's ensemble, ca. 1790, French, Three-piece men's suit composed of tailcoat, waistcoat, and breeches of green silk velvet with green and yellow silk brocade and ivory silk twill and ivory linen lining (2003.45a–c)
Noh costume (atsuita) with clouds and hexagons, Edo period, 19th century, Japan, Silk twill damask with silk brocading wefts and supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread (19.88.3)
Noh costume (chôken) with water plants and mulberry leaves, Edo period, 18th century, Japan, Silk gauze (ro) brocaded with metallic thread (32.30.4)
Noh costume (karaori) with cherry blossoms and fretwork, Edo period, first half of 18th century, Japan, Brocaded silk twill (19.88.2)
Noh costume (karaori) with cypress fans and yûgao blossoms, Edo period, 18th–early 19th century, Japan, Brocaded twill-weave silk with supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread (61.151.6)
Pieced panel of brocaded silk, second half of 16th century, Probably Bursa, Turkey, Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts (17.29.10)
Robe à la française, ca. 1765, French or Austrian, Pale blue silk satin brocaded with silver (2001.472)
Robe à la française, ca. 1770, French, Shell-pink faille, brocaded with polychrome floral bouquets (C.I.61.34a,b)
Robe, mid-18th century, French, Patterened light blue ribbed silk, brocaded in polychrome silks, metallic gold, and silver (C.I.62.28a,b)
Sash with flowering plants, 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, silver- and gilt-metal-wrapped thread (metal strip, silk core); taqueté, brocaded (33.80.18)
Silk fragment with a rosebush, deer, and flower pattern, late 17th–early 18th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, silver- and gilt-metal-wrapped thread; compound twill weave, brocaded (49.32.99)
Textile with coiled dragons, Jin dynasty (1115–1234), China, Tabby, brocaded; silk and gold thread (1989.205)
Textile with the character for longevity (shou), 17th century, China, Brocaded silk satin (46.133.11)
Velvet fragment with Sempervivum tectorum motif, late 15th–early 16th century, Italian (Milan), Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (51.139.2a,b)
Velvet panel with flowering plants, first half of 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, cotton, flat metal thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded (12.72.5)
Velvet with the arms of the Galilei family, second half of 15th century, Italian (Florence), Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (46.156.137)
Waistcoat, 1747, Textile designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite (British); Textile manufactured by Peter Lekeux (British, 1716–1768), British (London) Silk, silver, wool, cotton, linen (C.I.66.14.2)
Yellow gros de Tours with anemones and lilacs, 1811, Jean-Pierre Séguin (Séguin et Cie), Lyon, France, Brocaded silk (28.28.1)