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Report on the Textiles from Burgos Cathedral - Middelalder Centret

Report on the Textiles from Burgos Cathedral - Middelalder Centret

Fig. 2 Inv. No 00653742

Fig. 2 Inv. No 00653742 and 00651983. Photograph: Concha Herrero Carretero. to make a double band of half that width. None of the fragments can be characterized as veils but are instead various types of head- and chinbands. All of the examined pieces are made of silk but in different quality, thickness of thread, density and tightness. All pieces have various types of ruffled and pleated edges. Fig. 1-2 The pieces may overall be grouped as four different types according to shape and style of the frilled edges: Type 1: Long narrow pleats along the selvedges This type is characterized by rows of long, narrow pleats formed as part of the fabric. The pleats are neatly made an very even in appearance. Most have sharp, folded pleats c. 4-5mm deep. The width of the selvedges with this type of pleats is c. 1,5 to 2 cm with a midsection of about 10-12 cm. Type 2: Overall pleated surface of fabric This type of textiles has the overall appearance of 13 having been pleated in small, sharps pleats (knife pleats) on the entire width of the fabric and not just along the selvedges. Type 3: Sharp pleats on additional bands This type has additional pleated bands sewn to the edge of the fabric. These bands are thicker and more coarse than the fabrics they aresewn to. The aditional bands are c. 2 cm in width. The bands are folded in sharp, crisp pleats forming a zigzag-shaped appearance. Group 4: Small ruffles This type has small, rounded ruffles along the selvedges formed as part of the fabric. In this group the ruffles are tiny and appears as a narrow edge of frills. The width of the ruffles edges are no more than 5-7mm with a midsection of c. 10-12cm. Some of the fragments of this type have characteristics of more than one type, for instance two of the fragments had features of both Type 1 and 3. In some cases it was difficult to determine if some of the pieces of Type 1 were actually Type 2 as

Fig. 3a-b Inv. no. 00653745 and Inv.no. 00653753: Photograph: Concha Herrero Carretero. 14

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