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Gutta percha, ornament formed of interlaced squares, cast from bookbinding, Anglo-saxon, 7th-8th century.
Oliphant, on one of the bands is a representation of a man with a drawn sword on horseback, on the other are floral and interlace ornament. The original, carved ivory, is in the Treasury of the Cathedral of Prague, Scandinavian, 9th Century
Middle East, Metalwork. Ewer, with hinged lid, long spout and handle, copper gilt with engraved design of ogival trellis containing single flowers and interlace knots, possibly Ottoman Turkey, 1700-1800
Gold clasp decorated with interlacing, made by George Cayley, England, 19th century.
Lock and key
Lock and key, pierced, etched and partially-gilded steel, decorated with foliage, strapwork and featuring the Papal insignia, Italy, 17th century
tapestry woven, Egyptian; Egyptian, Byzantine period. Wool warp
Tapestry woven linen and wool fragment. Egyptian, possiblt Akhmim, ca. AD350-500.
Egypt 14th century, turquoise earthenware painted in black with interlaced foliage in reserve. From the centre of a bowl.
Middle East, Metalwork. Bowl, hemispherical with engraved decoration in horizontal registers, with cartouches of knotted interlace and radial motifs set against crosshatching, possibly Syria, 1500-1700
Middle East, Metalwork. Bowl, copper gilt with engraved decoration of ogival trellis containing loose interlace knots, possibly Ottoman Turkey, 1700-1800
Border of plaited bobbin lace, Bologna, Italy, 1900-1910
printed cotton, 1835-45c, English; Miles & Edwards label, fancy double interlace
Fragment of red earthenware stamped with a design of lines describing complex interlace patterns of squares and diamonds, inlaid with white clay and glazed. English, late 15th or early 16th century.
Design for the backplate of a sconce, about 1710. Anonymous, German
Detail from the mosaics in the vault of the ambulatory of the Capitol in Rome: an interlace enclosing a figure and a bird. On the verso, a partial sketch of an elevation and ground plan.
Design for a vase in the Louis XVI style by Mewès and Davis, c. 1910.
Cushion cover of embroidered canvas, England, 1600-1620.
Rosette-shaped base with eight incurving sides, which rise first at a low angle then bend sharply upwards. The cylindrical body is chamfered and tapers inwards as it rises to a broad, flat everted rim which is wider than the base.
Around the body there are eight lotus buds at the points of the rosette, spaced with interlaced squares. A double fillet above and below loop to interlace with the square pattern.
Around the body is an epigraphic frieze divided into four sections. the other four facets are decorated with large four-petalled rosettes, each petal in the shape of a palmette.
On the slanting base, cartouches with incurving sides are spaced with palmettes at each of the eight pointed sections.
Patina: brown and red with limited areas of malachite.
[stiletto (dagger)] Stiletto from a swordstick or processional staff, extremely long quadrangular section blade riveted to a hollow bulbous brass knob, closely chiseled with floral interlace ornament and a band of animal cartouches
[Staff] Slender hollow brass shaft, closely chiseled with a repeating floral interlace motif along the whole length, with a chased collar and end. A steel screw thread is inset into the top to take a long stiletto blade
Fragment of a cross
Silver, parcel-gilt, Augsburg, Germany, 1732-33, mark of Philipp Stenglin
Silver, parcel-gilt, Augsburg, Germany, 1710-12, mark of Philipp Stenglin
Eight colourways of screen printed cotton with a two-tone geometric interlace forming a maze like pattern, furnishing fabric, 20th century.
Sample of screen printed cotton with Celtic interlace in red, pink, brown and purple, furnishing fabric, 20th century.
Ivory box and cover, pierced interlace pattern, Egypt (mamluk), 14th century
Shot silk handbag with interlaced ribbons, made by Matthew Williamson, Great Britain, 1996