DECORATION on fabrics in Bulgarian Medieval Costume

Some information about Bulgarian Medieval Costume details and materials.

Traditional decoration is embroidery – lace and pearls, testified during excavations and plain seen on the frescoes . Purl two types according to the way of production – by passing through the fabric and through attachment on it by an additional thin thread . In XIV century . predominates the second method , wherein the saving of the expensive material .

embroidered tape parallel stitch

Еmbroidered tape parallel stitch.

gold-embroidered pattern

gold-embroidered pattern from Stanichene

pearl embroidery pattern

Pearl embroidery pattern from Veliko Tarnovo

Reasoning as they can recover most are plant or geometric , but there are complex zoomorphic patterns like double-headed eagle of the castle church of Veliko Tarnovo /shown above/. Ordinary embroidery almost did not leave traces in the funerals because of its easy digestion , but some of the best preserved portraits can be viewed in detail. Her colors are blue, gray , black, red , green, and runs not only on level ground , but also on the ornate fabric.

kalotina_rec3.jpg

Richly embroidered costume princess or higher aristocrat recovered from Kalotina Church fresco.

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