Historical Textiles (Archive)

Here you find our textile reproductions. We reconstruct historical textiles following archaelogical findings stored in museums such as museum Cluny in Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York etc. We also follow your inputs in our Facebook page.  We gather all interesting historical patterns in our on-line library. Shall you be interested in weaving your own textile reproduction, please check our conditions and prices for fabrics on demand. Shall your order be smaller, then you can still join or even propose own weaving project - contact us at sartor@sartor.cz.

Oseberg Brocade, Red and Beige

Reference : 103-01-0014

Our reproduction in artificial silk of an extant Persian textile from 9th century that was found on a Viking ship Oseberg in Norway.

More details

  • Colour : _ 060 - crimson
  • Fiber Content : Warp - Polyester / Weft - Rayon
  • Pattern Repeat Size of pattern given in cm, measured along the weft (horizontally). : 9.5 cm
  • Period : 9th century
  • Weight mm (mommes) is a japanese weight unit used for silk fabrics. 1 mm = 4,33 g/m2. : ~ 50m/m / 220g/m2 (46-54m/m)
  • Width : 75 cm ± 5 cm / 30 in ± 2 in
  • Availability: This product is no longer in stock

$ 21.76 / m ( $ 17.98 / m without VAT )

Quantity discount

  • more than 10 m (-5%)
  • more than 20 m (-10%)
  • more than 50 m (-15%)
  • more than 100 m (-20%)

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It was about hundred year ago when more then hundred silk fragments were found on a ship Oseberg on the Norwegen coast. First they were thought to be prey from England and Ireland. But later it was determined that Vikings actually conducted frequent trade with Persia and Byzantine Empire and those silks to be linked to that trade.

There were several smaller rectangular textile fragments found on the boat. Vikings often used these small pieces as decoration for their garments. Our red replica with beige and black pattern shows typical pearled medallions with presumably Persian warier on a horse aiming a bow on a lion. You can read more about the founds from Oseberg ship HERE and HERE.

Nowadays the original textile is part of a private collection in the UK.

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