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Database No.: 92
Name of Work: Chichester-Constable Chasuble
Country: United States
Site: New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum
Object Type: Vestment, stole
Date: second quarter 14c.
Dimensions: h. 187.99cm, w. 6.99cm and 17.8cm (h. 74 in., w. 2.75 in. and 7 in.)
Subject Terms:
Apostle, Thomas
Clergy, Bishop

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Bibliography: Christie, A., English Medieval Embroidery (1938), pp. 172-175 (no. 92); pl. CXXXI A; fig. 140

Notes: Photo: ©Metropolitan Museum of Art Stole created from scraps of re-styled chasuble. See diagram record for stole and maniple of Chichester-Constable Chasuble for full notes and bibliography.