The spoils of war from King Jan Sobieski’s great victory on September 12, 1683, against the 150,000 Muslim Turks outside Vienna were immense, but perhaps none received a better fate than the war tents. They were brought back to Poland, where loving and pious hands turned some of them into rich Mass vestments, as can …
Vestment Patterns - Fashions by Sarah Religious Officiant Stole
After a print by Hieronymus (Jerome) Wierix (Netherlandish, ca. 1553–1619). Chasuble with the Gathering of the Manna, 1570. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1954 (54.176.2) | This Dutch tapestry chasuble, made around 1570, would have been worn by a priest during mass. #tapestrytuesday
St Thomas tunicle. One of three tunicles for altar servers for St Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, NY in gold silk damask with cloth-of-gold orphreys.
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Altar Hangings Davis d'Ambly -|- Liturgical Artist -|- Cloth-of Gold Dalmatic from a solemn set with red damask orphreys.