Saturday, 12 February 2011

The Saint Giles chasuble

Pictured at left is one of the vestments which the Saint Bede Studio makes from time to time, called The Saint Giles chasuble.  This chasuble is based on simpler designs of the 19th century English architect and designer of all things ecclesiastical, AWN Pugin (1812-1852).

The vestments, which can be made from either brocade or silk damask, are available in the liturgical colours of white, red, green (pictured), black and violet and are ornamented with braids designed by and especially made for the Studio.


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