Gallery

From the World

1. Yastik,Turchia,  end of the 17th century. Silk velvet. 2. Fragment, China, nineteenth century. Silk embroidered satin. 3. India, XVIII-XIX century. 4. Baby clothes, United States of America, 1876. 5. Obi, Japan, 19th century. 6. Africa, 20th century. 7. Poncho, Guatemala, 20th century. 8. Chapan, Uzbekistan, 20th century.

1900

1. Rubelli, velvet soprarizzo commissioned by the queen Margherita, 1902. 2. Rubelli, draft, 1905. 3. Rubelli, silk damask designed by Guido Cadorin, 1925. 4. Rubelli, damask draft, design by Umberto Bellotto for the Ministero della Marina, Rome, 1927. 5. Rubelli, bouclé damask designed by Vittorio Zecchin, 1934. 6. Rubelli, soprarizzo velvet. Design by Gio Ponti, 1934. 7. Rubelli, drawing, 1930-40. 8. Rubelli, lampas, design by Joseph Kosuth, 2006.

1800

1. Italy, first quarter of the nineteenth century. Silk lampas. 2. Shawl, Kashmir, second quarter of the nineteenth century. 3. Rubelli, end of the nineteenth century. Sample of a velvet soprarizzo. 4. Rubelli, end of the nineteenth century. Velvet soprarizzo.

1700

2. Chalice veil, France, 1720. Lampas decorated with chinoiserie. 3. France, 18th century 4. France, second half of the 18th century. France, first decade of the 18th century. Lampas decorated with bizarre motives.

1600

1. Fragment, Italy, 16th-17th century. Soprarizzo velvet with small stylized plant motifs. 2. Veil, Italy, end of the 16th century - early 17th century. Lampas. 3. Italy, 17th century. Lampas decorated with plant motifs such as pomegranates and lilies. 4. Tunic, France, second half of the 17th century. Lampas brocade.

1500

1. Florence, XV-XVI century. Brocade damask. 2. Venice, first half of the sixteenth century. Silk decor damask with magnified buds of caper surrounding a stylized pomegranate. 3. Venice, half of the sixteenth century. Brocade damask decorated with a pattern of heart-shaped cone at the center surrounded by stylized flowers. 4. Dress for a devotional statue, Italy, end of the sixteenth century. Liseré lampas decorated by cuts which include the lines of decency in the fashion of the period.

1400

1. Fragment, Florence, second half of the fifteenth century. Edge figuratively depicting the Madonna praying within an oval rayed. 2. Fragment, Venice, second half of the fifteenth century. 3. Planet, Tuscany, second half of the fifteenth century. 4. Tunic, Venice, second half of the fifteenth century. Cut velvet and barred corduroy.