The Clare Chasuble (detail), made 1272-1294 woven in Iran, probably embroidered in England, Silk warp and cotton weft in five-shaft satin weave, embroidered with silver-gilt, silver and colored silk thread, V&A. Made at some time during the marriage of Margaret de Clare and Edmund Plantagenet, Duke of Cornwall. At one time it may have included the coats of arms of Clare, Cornwall, Lacy and England. These stand for Margaret de Clare who married Edmund Plantagenet in 1272, divorced in 1294.
PILGRIMAGE OF GRACE-The movement, which commenced in Lincolnshire in Sept. 1536, was suppressed in Oct., but soon after revived in Yorkshire; and an expedition bearing the foregoing name, having banners on which were depicted the five wounds of Christ, was headed by Robert Aske and other gentlemen [cf. Lord Darcy and Robert Constable], and joined by priests and 40,000 men of York, Durham, Lancaster, and other counties.