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Old February 29th, 2012, 10:20 AM   #41
Yohann Gissinger
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Filiberto,

The symbol is ancient and is frequent in textiles, but the one I show you is the closest I succeeded find, even regarding to its composition and to its palette (red, gold, black and white) and to its period.

Please also have a look at:



Compared to FIG.13 & 5: Details of an embroidered linen table cloth 115cm x 315cm possibly woven in Niedersachsen (Germany) XIIIth c. found in a monastery in Isenhagen (Germany)



Compared to FIG.6 & 7: A detail of a small bag from the same period and area of production...referen ce lost.

Best regards,
Y

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