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Vestment made up of Iranian silk and metal-thread fabric with floral designs on a silver ground.

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  • 1650 / 1700, Iran
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  • Vestment made up of Iranian silk and metal-thread fabric with floral designs on a silver ground. (en)
  • Silk and metal-thread fabric made into a sakkos (dalmatic), Iran, 1650-1700. (en)
  • This vestment is a <i>sakkos</i>, which is worn by bishops of the Orthodox church. It was made with silk from Iran. Luxury textiles of this type were exported to eastern Europe by Armenian merchants from Isfahan. Their network of trading houses operated from the Baltic to the Bay of Bengal. (en)
  • Jameel Gallery Church Vestment Iran 1650-1700 This vestment is a <i>sakkos</i>, which is worn by bishops of the Orthodox church. It was made with silk from Iran. Luxury textiles of this type were exported to eastern Europe by Armenian merchants from Isfahan. Their network of trading houses operated from the Baltic to the Bay of Bengal. Silk and metal thread in lampas weave Museum no. 576-1907 [Jameel Gallery] (en)
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  • Vestment made up of Iranian silk and metal-thread fabric with floral designs on a silver ground. (en)
  • Silk and metal-thread fabric made into a sakkos (dalmatic), Iran, 1650-1700. (en)
  • This vestment is a <i>sakkos</i>, which is worn by bishops of the Orthodox church. It was made with silk from Iran. Luxury textiles of this type were exported to eastern Europe by Armenian merchants from Isfahan. Their network of trading houses operated from the Baltic to the Bay of Bengal. (en)
  • Jameel Gallery Church Vestment Iran 1650-1700 This vestment is a <i>sakkos</i>, which is worn by bishops of the Orthodox church. It was made with silk from Iran. Luxury textiles of this type were exported to eastern Europe by Armenian merchants from Isfahan. Their network of trading houses operated from the Baltic to the Bay of Bengal. Silk and metal thread in lampas weave Museum no. 576-1907 [Jameel Gallery] (en)
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