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Category: Accessories > Do-It-yourself



Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern


Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern

Century: XIV, XV
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern. Medieval Market, features fantastic animals and amazing vines

Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, patterns with dragons and phoenix
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, works best as part of a costume
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, there are vines next to the animals
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, characteristic of italy
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, dragons as the biggest pattern
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, Printed linen is a good choice
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, natural material
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, perfect for medieval costumes
Printed linen Venetian Dragons and Phoenixes pattern - Medieval Market, combination of blue and black


CODE Material Standard Price
NoS1639see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1640see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR
NoS1641see descriptionMixed 27.00 EUR

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If we were to choose the most characteristic pattern on printed linen, it would be the Venetian one. It's a substantial motif depicting dragons (or basilisks) and phoenixes, surrounded by fantastical grapevines. Both the magical creatures and the large leaves set the fabric apart from others available in our store.



The pattern is available in several colors:
NoS1639 / LSBWhG0434 - black & white pattern
NoS1640 / LSGrG0435 - black & green pattern
NoS1641 / LSBlG0436 - black & blue pattern

Imagine yourself at a medieval or LARP event, dressed in a costume adorned with this extraordinary motif.

You can use it to craft an entire ensemble, including a gown, surcoat, or overdress, or you can incorporate it into the embellishment of houppelande sleeves, skirt gores, or even treat it as a lining for both men's and women's hoods (gremlins) or the interiors of courtly attire.

In short, if you want to stand out from the crowds at a historical event, the fabric featuring Dragons and Phoenixes is for you!



Where does the source for this pattern come from? We understand the historical aspect of this pattern is important to you. This is a recreated motif likely originating from 14th-century Italy.

To create the linen featuring Dragons and Phoenixes, we referred to the book "Kunstgeschichte der Seidenweberei" by Otto von Falke, published in Berlin in 1913. In his work, the author explains the origins of patterns found on fabric fragments held in German museums. The motif of dragons-basilisks and phoenixes was quite popular in Italian art (not just textile). These fantastical representations are characteristic of Chinese culture, which had an influence on Italian artists of that era.

The original fabric fragment, featuring the pattern we have recreated, was woven in silk and is currently housed in the Museum fr Angewandte Kunst Kln in Germany. According to von Falke, it likely originated from Venice and dates back to the 14th century.





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