This mass set is inspired by the vestment designs of Augustus Pugin in his famous work 'The Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume'. Pugin gives a masterful survey of patterns for embroidery and embelishment which go toward what he considered to be a correct set of vestments which have inspired the construction of this set.
The chasuble is composed of ivory brocade with 48 embroidered gothic floral motifs in diaper. Two pilar orphreys contain six monograms of the Holy Name in two tones of gold thread on a deep red velvet.
All items that the Dowry Workshop produces include:
- Maniple and Stole
- Burse and Veil
- Apparels for the amice, sleeves and skirt of the alb front and back
We are also able to produce matching dalmatics and tunicles for this set. If you would like more information, please get in touch and let us know.