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Christie No.: 291
Country: Great Britain
Site: Private Collection
Object Type: Vestment, chasuble
Date: c. 1500
Subject Terms:
Heraldry, Decorated: Eagle
Angel, Seraph
Flower



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Bibliography: London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, Exhibition of English Embroidery (1905), p. 62; pl. XV

Notes: This chasuble was made with portions of a cope.

From the church of SS. Peter and Paul, Brailes. Last known location of Colonel Raoul Bedingfield.