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Marian chasuble      Property of: Uppsala cathedral, Uppland     Period: Late medieval/1450s−1460s     Made in: Sweden or Northern Europe     Material: Metal wire, silk, freshwater pearls, linen  Chasuble embroidered overall with metal wires, silk thread and freshwater pearls, all but three of which are now missing. The late-medieval design of this chasuble has been heavily modified with the passing years.

Marian chasuble Property of: Uppsala cathedral, Uppland Period: Late…

Chasuble and stoles      Place of origin:      Birmingham, England (made)     Date:      1848-1850 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Pugin, born 1812 - died 1852 (designer)     Powell, Lucy (probably, maker)     Materials and Techniques:      Silk damask with applied metal and silk embroidery

Chasuble and stoles

Chasuble and stoles Place of origin: Birmingham, England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Pugin, born 1812 - died 1852 (designer) Powell, Lucy (probably, maker) Materials and Techniques: Silk damask with applied metal and silk embroidery

MMA, Cope Date: ca. 1438 Geography: Made in Burgos, Castile-León, Spain Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 56 1/2 ×...

MMA, Cope Date: ca. 1438 Geography: Made in Burgos, Castile-León, Spain Culture: Spanish Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall: 56 ×.

Vestment, 1675-99, Italian.Ecclesiastical garments were meant to contribute to the sense of mystery and awe associated with worship; this beautifully crafted chasuble exemplifies that practice. @ The Met, click on picture for other views.

Vestment, 1675-99, Italian.Ecclesiastical garments were meant to contribute to the sense of mystery and awe associated with worship; this beautifully crafted chasuble exemplifies that practice. @ The Met, click on picture for other views.

Marcel Brunery the Younger (1893-1982) — (1021×830)

Sweet Indulgence by Belgian Painter Marcel Bruneri

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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Chasuble / еarly 18th century / Portuguese / Silk satin, brocaded with chenille and silk; Orphrey: silk satin, embroidered with silk and metal-wrapped thread

Chasuble Date: early century Culture: Portuguese Medium: Silk satin, brocaded with chenille and silk; Orphrey: silk satin, embroidered with silk and metal-wrapped thread Dimensions: 48 × 29 in.

According to tradition and testimony, this chasuble—together with its matching stole, maniple, chalice cover, chalice veil, and burse—was made in Sicily, as a gift from his bishop for Nicolo Spedaliere (also recorded as Spitaleri), head priest of the mother church of Partanna. It is entirely feasible that the vestments were made by a women's religious order or at a school that practiced this type of embroidery.

Chasuble Date: century Culture: Italian, probably Sicily Medium: Silk, metallic thread

Marian chasuble      Property of: Uppsala cathedral, Uppland     Period: Late medieval/1450s−1460s     Made in: Sweden or Northern Europe     Material: Metal wire, silk, freshwater pearls, linen  Chasuble embroidered overall with metal wires, silk thread and freshwater pearls, all but three of which are now missing. The late-medieval design of this chasuble has been heavily modified with the passing years.

Marian chasuble Property of: Uppsala cathedral, Uppland Period: Late medieval/1450s−1460s Made in: Sweden or Northern Europe Material: Metal wire, silk, freshwater pearls, linen Chasuble embroidered overall with metal wires, silk thread and freshwater pearls, all but three of which are now missing. The late-medieval design of this chasuble has been heavily modified with the passing years.

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