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Velo omerale: croce centrale

Velo omerale: croce centrale

Chasuble (outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy)  Date: fourth quarter 15th century Culture: Italian   Medium: silk, metal   Dimensions: Length at CB: 47 in. (119.4 cm)

Chasuble (outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy) Date: fourth quarter century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 47 in.

antique church linen - Google Search

antique church linen - Google Search

Stunning cream silk ciborium veil / cover made up of four panels . Beautifully embroidered images to each of the panels including crosses and flowers all outlined in gold thread . The colour from the embroidery has run into the silk where it has previously been washed but it remains a special piece , with heavy gold metal fringing and crepe de chine lining .

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Ecclesiastical SewingVestments and How to Make Them by Lilla WestonChurch Vestments: Sewing and Embroidery for Church Vestment Making

Chasuble Italian provenance, Ecouen, © Musée national de la Renaissance, 16th century

Chasuble Italian provenance, Ecouen, © Musée national de la Renaissance, 16th century

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Damask was and still is not only the robe for clergy and judges but also the robe for emperors, in fact, Chinese emperors were wearing damask fabric as early as the fifth century.

Velo omerale in seta

Velo omerale in seta

Velo omerale

Velo omerale

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