Sunday, 12 February 2012

An old favourite

Of all the styles of vestments regularly made by the Studio, the Maria Regina chasuble is the one enquired about most often. 

These vestments, made from an Ivory-coloured damask and lined in blue dupion silk, are ornamented in a braid specially made for the Studio, based upon the work of AWN Pugin.  The chasuble is usually made in the style of the 16th century: being not very wide and pointed at the front and the back.

This particular set was made for a young priest of the Archdiocese of Sydney.

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