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Fragment with an Interlace Medallion and Bands

Two bands with a scroll of heart-shaped leaves and two birds are paired with a large roundel. The medallion encloses a beautiful interlace within an eight-pointed star. Crosses circumscribed by circles fill the... more

Fragment with Ornamental Bands of Vases with Leaves

Matisse-like vases sprouting leaves, vines, or thickets of vines, with the vines often inhabited by birds and animals, appear repeatedly in Coptic textiles either as the main elements of a composition or hidden... more

Fragment with Blue Bands

Attributed to Egypt

Tunic Fragment with Applied Bands

The red gossamer fabric of this lightweight tunic fragment is accented with stitching and undyed linen self-bands (ornamental bands of multiple, undyed weft threads). The decorative clavi in gold, brown, and bl... more

Child's Tunic with Tapestry-Weave Ornament and Applied Bands

This charming child's tunic is decorated with a combination of purple tapestry-weave ornament and applied blue-ground, weft-pattern bands. Groupings of self-bands (ornamental bands of multiple, undyed weft thre... more

Tunic Bands with Warriors

The majority of early silks found in Egypt were excavated from the cemeteries of the Upper Egyptian cities of Antinoopolis (Antinoë) and Panopolis (Akhmim). The two examples displayed here are typical of the si... more

Fragment with Pseudo-Calligraphic Bands

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Jar with Three Inscribed Bands in Cursive Script

This heavily restored jar illustrates the practice of bringing together an assortment of fragments—easily found at Raqqa’s archaeological site—to reconstruct a single, more valuable object. Most of the fragment... more

Decorated bands from BL Or 2348, f. 152v

Two bands decorated with palmettes, at the Song of Moses (Deut. 32). Image taken from f. 152v of Grammatical introduction (~Makhberet ha-Tigan~) (ff. 1-37), Pentateuch with ~masorah magna~ and ~parva~ (ff. 38v-... more

Three Bands Friezes with Grotesques and Several Figure Studies (recto); Term with a Marine Creature (Zephyr) (verso)

attributed to Andrés de Melgar (Spanish, documented S. Domingo de la Calzada, died after 1554)

Noh Costume (Chōken) with Wisteria, Waves, and Purple Bands

Late spring brings the fragrance and delicate blossoms of cascading wisteria, celebrated in Japanese poetry and frequently seen as a pattern on Noh costumes. The ornamentation of this chōken dancing cloak is es... more

Noh Robe (Karaori) with Pattern of Bamboo and Young Pines on Bands of Red and White

This resplendent Noh costume presents a wealth of auspicious symbolism on a background of horizontal bands. Green and gold pine and bamboo flourish on the wintry white bands, and continuous golden patterns of h... more

Dish with Bands of Geometricized Patterns

This dish is an excellent example of the sophisticated technique of early Nabeshima potters. The unglazed ware was painted with sumi (ink), decorated with underglaze cobalt blue and then covered in a light coba... more

Roman arms, standards, and trophies, a composition divided into two horizontal bands

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, Venice 1727–1804 Venice)

Trimming Bands

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Sleeveless Jacket with Flowering Vine Pattern and Bands

The elaborate banding at the edges of this garment is typical of Chinese women's clothing of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The especially complex forms seen at the center front and sides ar... more

Trimming Bands

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Banknote motifs: two bands of lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motifs: two bands of lace-like lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motifs: two bands of lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Formation of Guerrilla Bands (from Confederate War Etchings)

Adalbert John Volck (American (born Germany), Augsburg 1828–1912 Baltimore, Maryland)

Formation of guerilla bands

Ruined farmers being recruited for Confederate guerrilla forces during the Civil War.

A hard pull / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows James G. Blaine dressed as a knight, the plumes of his helmet labeled "Dodger, Speakership Record, [and] Mulligan Letters", he holds papers labeled "Aggressive Cash Campaign" and has his othe... more

Snider's Brass Band - Mount Pleasant

Persistent URL: floridamemory.com/items/show/140905 ( http://floridamemory.com/items/show/140905 ) ...Local call number: n031379...Title: Snider's Brass Band - Mount Pleasant...Date: ca. 1888...Physical descrip... more