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Loom weight

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Loom Weight or Vessel

Attributed to Iran

Loom or Carding Tool

Attributed to Egypt

Loom Width of Silk Velvet with 'Pinecone' Pattern

With its bold, contrasting pattern of pinecone or artichoke forms, striking deep red and gold palette, and costly combination of silk and gilded metal‑wrapped thread, this luxurious textile exemplifies the high... more

Loom Width with Floral and Tiger-stripe Design

This loom width panel features an unusual combination of elements from the çintamani motif and floral iconography. The wavy lines, alternately referenced as "tiger stripes" in the context of çintamani, is paire... more

Fragmentary Loom Width with Wavy-vine Pattern

Spectacular, large‑pattern silks were favored materials for luxury garments among the courtly elite of sixteenth-century Istanbul, and were often used for the bold, richly colored caftans of the Ottoman sultans... more

Fragmentary Loom Width with Ogival Pattern

With its unusual eggplant‑purple background, gold medallions, and crisp, stencil‑like drawing, this textile is an exceptionally fine example of the luxurious Ottoman silk fabrics referred to as kemha. Employing... more

Panel Comprising Two Loom Widths

Attributed to Turkey, Bursa

A Woman Weaving, Seated at a Hand Loom

Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, 1753?–1806) Edo period (1615–1868)

Jackson ticket. American system. Speed the plough, the loom & the mattock

Election ticket with image of an anvil and hammer.

The loom

Drawing shows a woman sitting a manually operated loom.

Slater Spinning Frame

Description: The 48-spindle spinning machine, the oldest piece of cotton mill machinery in America, built by Samuel Slater and operated by him on December 20, 1790, in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Exhibited in 1876... more

Improvements in Weaving - The Lyall Positive Motion Loom

Wood engraving from Harper's Weekly, 1876, of interior scenes of the Phila. Centennial Exhibition.

Reeling the Yarn, Donegal

Creator: R. Welch (Photographer)..Date: 1914..Original Format: Photographic Print..Description: Reeling the yarn, near Ardara, County Donegal..PRONI Ref: D1403_2~026~A..Copying and copyright:.Please see www.pro... more

Reeling the Yarn, Donegal

Creator: R. Welch (Photographer)..Date: 1914..Original Format: Photographic Print..Description: Reeling the yarn, near Ardara, County Donegal..PRONI Ref: D1403_2~026~A..Copying and copyright:.Please see www.pro... more

Reeling the Yarn, Donegal

Creator: R. Welch (Photographer)..Date: 1914..Original Format: Photographic Print..Description: Reeling the yarn, near Ardara, County Donegal..PRONI Ref: D1403_2~026~A..Copying and copyright:.Please see www.pro... more

Pottery and Hand Loom Work

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Boy at Loom

Original caption: Miscellaneous (Boy at Loom). Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Water Cooling Towers of the John Amos Power Plant Loom over Poca, Wv, Home that is on the Other Side of The Kanawha River Two of the Towers Emit Great Clouds of Steam

DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern