Chasuble, 18th century  Italian (probably Sicily)  Silk and metal thread

Chasuble, 18th century Italian (probably Sicily) Silk and metal thread

Chasuble Date: 18th century Culture: Italian, probably Sicily Medium: Silk, metallic thread Accession Number: 1984.462.1

Chasuble Date: 18th century Culture: Italian, probably Sicily Medium: Silk, metallic thread Accession Number: 1984.462.1

つのみな.com(資料集め用)

つのみな.com(資料集め用)

Ottoman tulip design suzani  30meeting.com

Ottoman tulip design suzani 30meeting.com

16th century embroidered velvet book with scroll and floral pattern. (by Aria Nadii)

16th century embroidered velvet book with scroll and floral pattern. (by Aria Nadii)

Stomacher silk textile, c.1700-25, German

Stomacher silk textile, c.1700-25, German

Botanical-garden-gray by yumiko higuchi

Botanical-garden-gray by yumiko higuchi

Bona Sforza's cope with embroidery work from the 13-14th centuries (at least I *think* that's what the Lithuanian says.) Source: http://v1.valdovurumai.lt/Istorija/Rumu_istorija.lt.htm

Bona Sforza's cope with embroidery work from the 13-14th centuries (at least I *think* that's what the Lithuanian says.) Source: http://v1.valdovurumai.lt/Istorija/Rumu_istorija.lt.htm

Ainu Culture

Ainu Culture

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

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

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