||Who wore silk? the price of silk fabrics, artists' clothing and studio props -- Painters and the design of woven silks -- Cloth of gold in fourteenth-century Sienese and Florentine paintings -- Painting velvet in Italy and the Netherlands during the first half of the fifteenth century -- The transmission of textile designs in fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century Netherlandish paintings -- Decorative silks in fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century Italian paintings -- Textiles in portraits in Venice, Florence, and England -- Convention or reality? reading textiles in paintings -- A life of their own: the longevity and changing use of silk fabrics -- Nineteenth-century English textiles and wallpapers designed after fabrics shown in medieval and Renaissance paintings -- Appendices. Looms, textile types and historic terminology (includes glossaries of weaving, dress and painting terms, measurements and money) ; Letter of William Makefyrr, 1506 ; Vestments woven with Christ and St. Thomas in Rome and Florence ; Copes with named benefactors with dates attached, extracted from the ninety-one copes in the inventory of St. Paul's Cathedral, London ; The terms paonazzo and morello ; Letter concerning an order of clothing for the Contessa de Melzo, 1475 ; Carpets at the early Tudor court ; Abridged genealogy of the Medici family -- Tables. Selvedge colours on Italian silk fabrics, 1376-1466 ; Loom widths of Italian silks, thirteenth-sixteenth centuries ; Weaving prices specified by the Florentine silk guild, 1429 ; Prices of silk and wool from a wardrobe account of Edward IV, 1480 ; Prices of silk purchased for the great wardrobe of Henry VIII, 1533-1534 ; Textiles and clothing given to Dürer, purchased by him or given by him, on his journey to the Netherlands, 1520-1521 ; Neri di Bicci's Ricordanze: purchases of cloth, December 1453-January 1461 ; Extracts from the coronation account of Edward VI, 1547.