Chasuble

A work made of silk and silvered-metal-strip-wrapped silk, satin weave with secondary binding warps, patterning and brocading wefts and self-patterning ground wefts; with cotton, and gilt-metal-strip-wrapped cotton, woven tapes
ties: cotton, twill weave 
interlinings and linings: cotton and linen, plain weaves, some glazed.
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  • A work made of silk and silvered-metal-strip-wrapped silk, satin weave with secondary binding warps, patterning and brocading wefts and self-patterning ground wefts; with cotton, and gilt-metal-strip-wrapped cotton, woven tapes
ties: cotton, twill weave 
interlinings and linings: cotton and linen, plain weaves, some glazed.

Date:

mid–18th century

Artist:

Possibly based on a design by Jean Revel
French, 1684–1751

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Artist

Jean Revel

Title

Chasuble

Origin

France

Date

1725–1775

Medium

Silk and silvered-metal-strip-wrapped silk, satin weave with secondary binding warps, patterning and brocading wefts and self-patterning ground wefts; with cotton, and gilt-metal-strip-wrapped cotton, woven tapes Ties: cotton, twill weave Interlinings and linings: cotton and linen, plain weaves, some glazed

Dimensions

105.9 × 73.3 cm (41 3/4 × 28 7/8 in.) Warp repeat: 57.7 cm (22 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

Textile Purchase Fund

Reference Number

2003.297

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