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Bag, 1971-50-482, 5th century (sprang)

Bag, 1971-50-482, 5th century (sprang)

Egyptian sprang 400-699 CE  Whitworth Art Gallery Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

Egyptian sprang 400-699 CE Whitworth Art Gallery Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

SPRANG

SPRANG

Veil (?)   4th C Egypt   Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession no. 33.10.23

Veil (?) 4th C Egypt Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession no. 33.10.23

CABLE BIRD BOA RIDERS CARDIGAN|ジャケット | ELENDEEK (エレンディーク)公式通販

CABLE BIRD BOA RIDERS CARDIGAN|ジャケット | ELENDEEK (エレンディーク)公式通販

4th century Byzantine linen sprang veil

4th century Byzantine linen sprang veil

RIMG8005

RIMG8005

Egyptian sprang 400-699 CE  Whitworth Art Gallery. Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

Egyptian sprang 400-699 CE Whitworth Art Gallery. Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

2014SS textile by Sally Scott

2014SS textile by Sally Scott

Nazca: Complete textile; bell-shaped pendant; single piece of camelid double-layered sprang worked from wide ends towards middle; cross-knit loop stitched pad at top; sprang features geometric decoration; pad depicts 6 zoomorphic(?) figures laid out in grid pattern; tan, black, red, blue, gold, with white cotton.  British Museum  Registration number: Am1914,0731.51

Nazca: Complete textile; bell-shaped pendant; single piece of camelid double-layered sprang worked from wide ends towards middle; cross-knit loop stitched pad at top; sprang features geometric decoration; pad depicts 6 zoomorphic(?) figures laid out in grid pattern; tan, black, red, blue, gold, with white cotton. British Museum Registration number: Am1914,0731.51

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