Brazil. Adjacent is pictured the new set of vestments in the Borromeon style.
A remnant of old silk damask in an unusual shade of moss green was used for these vestments and special care was taken to ornament them in a manner which enhanced the distinctive qualities of the damask.
The ornamentation was formed from dupion silk in a shade of teal or turquoise, outlined with a narrow braid in black and gold and enhanced with applique also in black and gold. The ornament is arranged to form a small TAU orphrey. The chasuble is lined in taffeta in a shade slightly lighter than the colour of the orphrey.
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