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This design is based on a detail from the St-Ursulla shrine. This shrine is decorated with panels that are painted by the Flemish Master Hans Memling in 1489. They are now archieved in the “Sint-Jan hospital” in Bruges, Belgium. Our founder Hendrik Slabbinck used this design as an inspiration to create this vestment. This design is hand embroidered on velvet, a great fabric that enhances the beauty of the embroidery work.
The vestment is made in Cantate, a fabric with woven gold threads which reflects the festive glory of the resurected Christ.

Hendrik Slabbinck

Founder Hendrik Slabbinck becomes a "master in the guild of the gold embroiderers" and starts a studio in the attic of his parents' house in 1903. He leaves us a rich collection of beautiful designs.

2784 - Gothic Chasuble

Technical specifications

Fabric Cantate - 99% wool 1% lurex
Color White
Length 53 " / 135 cm
Width 63 " / 160 cm
Collar Stiff roll-collar
Height of collar 3.54 " / 9 cm
Finish With inside stole
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