Chasuble, 18th century Italian (probably Sicily) Silk and metal thread
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Fragment Date: ca. 1470 Geography: Spain Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; lampas Accession Number: 46.156.12
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JESSICA OGDEN × fennica
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