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Report on the Textiles from Burgos Cathedral - Middelalder Centret

Report on the Textiles from Burgos Cathedral - Middelalder Centret

ong>Reportong> on the Textiles in Patrimonio Nacional, Palacio Real: Textile Analysis From textile studies in Palacio Real, Madrid, 4-6.9.2006 Marianne Vedeler, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo On September 4-6th, 2006, a simple tecniqual analysis of silk bands with frilled edges was undertaken by Marianne Vedeler, under supervision of conservator Concha Herrero Carretero. Camilla Luise Dahl and myself were shown 11 textiles from the monastery Santa Maria la Real de Huelgas in Burgos. The bands have most likely been used for head dressing, and secondarily as part of the burial costume. The bands are primarily made of silk, some of them with elements of metalwork. Four of the presented textiles where examined in regard to textile analysis by me: No 653742, No 653737, No 651983 and No 651981. No 653742 From unidentified grave in the monastery Santa María la Real de Huelgas, Burgos. Material: Silk 1 A band with frilled edges. Length: 267 cm, width: 13 cm. Edges with thicker warp in 1, 5-1, 6 cm width from each selvedge. The textile is pleated in both sides. A ribbon is sewn to one of the bands selvages. The ribbon is also pleated, but here the pleating is tighter than in the primary band. The ribbon is probably pleated separately form the main band. There are five stripes in red, brown and white in one end of the band. Fig. 1 Central part of the band: Golden silk made in tabby, z/z-spun, with 36-38/24- 26 threads pr cm in warp and weft. The thickness of the threads are approximately 0, 1-0, 2 mm in both thread systems. Fig. 2 Fig. 1 No 653742. A band with frilled edges. Length: 267 cm, width: 13 cm. Edges with thicker warp in 1, 5-1, 6 cm width from each selvedge. Photograph: Marianne Vedeler.

Edges and selvages: Golden silk made in tabby, z/z-spun, with 35/24-26 threads pr cm in warp and weft. The thickness of the threads of the warp is approximately 0, 3 mm, and a lot thicker than in the central part of the band. The area with thicker warp threads is approximately 1, 6-1, 8 cm in with in both sides of the band, starting at the simple selvages. The weft threads in this area are the same as in the central part, 0, 1-0, 2 mm thick. These edges are pleated, but there are no traces of needle holes or threads used for ruffles. The upper end of each fold is relatively sharp, and approximately 0, 4 cm deep from bottom to top. Fig. 3 Ribbon: A golden silk ribbon is sewn to the band along 2 Fig. 2 No 653742 Photograph: Marianne Vedeler. Fig. 3 No 653742. Edge with thicker warp 1, 5-1, 6 cm wide. Photograph: Marianne Vedeler. one of the selvages of the band, making a second frilled edge. Only a few stitches are preserved. The ribbon is 1, 5-1, 6 cm. wide and made in tabby. It has a simple selvedge in each side, and is made with double warp threads and single threads in the weft. There are 19/19-20 threads pr cm in warp and weft. The thickness of the threads is 0, 2-0, 3 mm in both warp and weft, but with double threads in the warp. The ribbon is pleated with 0, 5 cm deep folds. The folds in the ribbon are set about twice as tight as in the main band. There are no traces of needle holes or threads used for ruffles. Fig. 4 Stripes used for decoration: I one end of the band, there are 5 decorative stripes made of weft threads and embroidered threads in contrasting colors. The stripes are made in two

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