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4659b White Roman Vestment.jpg (601×1000)

4659b White Roman Vestment.jpg (601×1000)

http://www.french-treasures.net/images/objets/28883.jpg

http://www.french-treasures.net/images/objets/28883.jpg

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NEG021-12  Chasuble  Dutch  Date: c. 1890-1910

NEG021-12 Chasuble Dutch Date: c. 1890-1910

Chasuble  Artist/maker unknown, Italian (chasuble) and German (orphreys)  Geography: Made in Italy, Europe And made in Cologne, Germany, Europe Date: c. 1450-80 Medium: Cut and voided silk velvet weave; orphreys: linen compound twill weave with silk embroidery in couching, chain, encroaching satin, and padded satin stitches, laid work, and French knots Dimensions: Center Back Length: 44 1/2 inches (113 cm) Accession Number: 1939-20-1 Philadelphia Museum of Art

Chasuble Artist/maker unknown, Italian (chasuble) and German (orphreys) Geography: Made in Italy, Europe And made in Cologne, Germany, Europe Date: c. 1450-80 Medium: Cut and voided silk velvet weave; orphreys: linen compound twill weave with silk embroidery in couching, chain, encroaching satin, and padded satin stitches, laid work, and French knots Dimensions: Center Back Length: 44 1/2 inches (113 cm) Accession Number: 1939-20-1 Philadelphia Museum of Art

http://itinerari_culturali.comune.villalagarina.tn.it/images/pianeta_in_velluto_rosso.jpg

http://itinerari_culturali.comune.villalagarina.tn.it/images/pianeta_in_velluto_rosso.jpg

Chasuble | V&A Search the Collections Chasuble      Place of origin:      Italy (woven)     England, Great Britain (embroidered)     Date:      1400-1430 (made)     Artist/Maker:      unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Brocaded silk lampas, embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads, lined with silk     Museum number:      T.256 to B-1967     Gallery location:      Medieval and Renaissance, room 10, case 11

Chasuble | V&A Search the Collections Chasuble Place of origin: Italy (woven) England, Great Britain (embroidered) Date: 1400-1430 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded silk lampas, embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads, lined with silk Museum number: T.256 to B-1967 Gallery location: Medieval and Renaissance, room 10, case 11

Italian Latin style vestment, rose color, with collar to protect the vestment.

Italian Latin style vestment, rose color, with collar to protect the vestment.

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