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A chasuble made up of green silk with an ogival lattice design

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  • 1450~ / 1500~, Egypt
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  • A chasuble made up of green silk with an ogival lattice design (en)
  • This European vestment, used in the Catholic mass, was made of silk imported from the Mamluk empire. The design consists of staggered rows of medallions, which are framed by huge leaves. The medallions are of two different shapes, and both have close parallels in the decoration of contemporary bookbindings. (en)
  • Mamluk silk made into a chasuble, Egypt or Syria, 1450-1500. (en)
  • Jameel Gallery Chasuble of Mamluk Silk Egypt or Syria 1450–1500 This European vestment, used in the Catholic Mass, was made of silk imported from the Mamluk empire. The design consists of staggered rows of medallions, which are framed by huge leaves. The medallions are of two different shapes, and both have close parallels in the decoration of bookbindings of the period. Silk and metal-wrapped thread in lampas weave Museum no. 664-1896 [Jameel Gallery] (en)
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  • A chasuble made up of green silk with an ogival lattice design (en)
  • This European vestment, used in the Catholic mass, was made of silk imported from the Mamluk empire. The design consists of staggered rows of medallions, which are framed by huge leaves. The medallions are of two different shapes, and both have close parallels in the decoration of contemporary bookbindings. (en)
  • Mamluk silk made into a chasuble, Egypt or Syria, 1450-1500. (en)
  • Jameel Gallery Chasuble of Mamluk Silk Egypt or Syria 1450–1500 This European vestment, used in the Catholic Mass, was made of silk imported from the Mamluk empire. The design consists of staggered rows of medallions, which are framed by huge leaves. The medallions are of two different shapes, and both have close parallels in the decoration of bookbindings of the period. Silk and metal-wrapped thread in lampas weave Museum no. 664-1896 [Jameel Gallery] (en)
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  • 1450~ / 1500~, Egypt
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