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Dinerario Mudejar S XIII, Century Handbag (Most sources I'm finding on this are stock photo sites, but in theory it's Century Spanish, hanging out in the Toledo Cathedral.

Purse, made in England, ca 1540 -- This formal, heraldic purse associated with marriage has more significance than a purse used simply for money, or a 'swete-bag' used for carrying perfumed herbs to sweeten the atmosphere. Both men and women carried or wore pouches or purses. The long strings of this example suggest that it was intended to hang from the waist. English purses of this date are extremely rare.

Purse

ca 1540 England. Purse -- This formal, heraldic purse associated with marriage…

Seal bag, Hispano-Moresque, 13th century  Silk and gold-metallic thread; psuedo-lampas; linen braid drawstrings, possibly fingerloop braid (7 loop chevron braid). The tassels are a braid ended with free hanging ends.

Seal bag, Hispano-Moresque, century Silk and gold-metallic thread; linen braid drawstrings, possibly fingerloop braid loop chevron braid). The tassels are a braid ended with free hanging ends.

Pouch with lion pattern  9-10th century, now in St. Michael Collegiate Church, Beromünster, Switz.

Aumônières, otherwise known as alms purses - La cotte simple

Aumônière of a countess of Bar (CL11788), 14th century; Bags holding alms were often carried by brides to pass coins to those lining the route to the church

Aumônière of a countess of Bar century; Bags holding alms were often carried by wealthy brides to pass coins to those lining the route to the church

14th c. knitted reliquary pouch, Sion Cathedral, Switzerland (see Rutt's A History of Hand Knitting)

Chur Purse Fiber: silk Colors: blue, white, red Gauge: 7 stitches per inch Size: tall and wide.

SionImage006.jpg 608×800 pixels 14th century knitted relic pouch: one of five from the treasury of the cathedral in Sion, Switzerland. Described in Rutt's _A History of Hand Knitting_ p. 50-52. In Rutt, this is pattern V.

century knitted relic pouch: one of five from the treasury of the cathedral in Sion, Switzerland. Described in Rutt's _A History of Hand Knitting_ p. In Rutt, this is pattern V.

Purse        Place of origin:        England, Great Britain (embroidered)      Date:        1600-1625 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Unknown (production)      Materials and Techniques:        Linen canvas, silk and silver thread      Museum number:        316      Gallery location:        In Storage

Purse

Purse Place of origin: England, Great Britain (embroidered) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen canvas, silk and silver thread Museum number: 316 Gallery location: In Storage

Knitted cushion of the tomb of Malfalda de Castilla y Plantagenet alda (side 2), late 13th century

The famous knitted cushion from the tomb of Mafalda de Castilla y Plantagenet, late century.

Medieval Arts & Crafts: German counted satin stitch box! Color photo!

concerning all manner of medieval arts and crafts with particular emphasis on needlework and illumination

Object name: bourse-reliquaire Institution place: Liège[localité] Institution: Musée d'art religieux et d'art mosan Creator: inconnu (tisserand)  Date: 1201 (incertain) - 1300 (incertain) Provenance: Eglise Saint-André[Lierneux]; Lierneux Material: samit, soie Technique: tissé Dimensions:  hauteur: 5 cm largeur: 5.5 cm Description:  Samit rouge, bleu et jaune

Object name: bourse-reliquaire Institution place: Liège[localité] Institution: Musée d'art religieux et d'art mosan Creator: inconnu (tisserand) Date: 1201 (incertain) - 1300 (incertain) Provenance: Eglise Saint-André[Lierneux]; Lierneux Material: samit, soie Technique: tissé Dimensions: hauteur: 5 cm largeur: 5.5 cm Description: Samit rouge, bleu et jaune

Byzantine pouch made from ruby silk, 10-11th century CE, Beromunster, Switzerland.

Byzantine relic pouch from the or century; Michael in Beromünster, Switzerland; “lattice-work wreath pattern worked on a [silk] ruby red ground. It is made from a single linen-lined piece of cloth, and has seams on two sides

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