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    Chasuble Detail

    These details are from a white silk chasuble from the Museum's collection. It's is embroidered in gold thread with palm leaf motifs and stylized red carnations. In the centre, a silk and gold embroidered pineapple is visible. The chasuble is the most visible vestment used by the priests at the celebration of mass.
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    Murals

    This detail is from the mural around the pulpit in the 17th century Church of Santa Monica, Old Goa. Unlike most pulpits with wooden carvings, this pulpit made of stone, has a mural around it with floral and geometric designs. The original pigments used were pink (derived by mixing red ochre and lime), black (organic black) and gilding (using gold leaf).
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    Processional Banner

    The details on these magnetic bookmarks are from the Processional Banners of Saint Joseph and Saint Cecilia. These large banners, cut from rich fabric in a rectangular design, depicted a painted or embroidered relief image in ivory of the saints, or a representation of the Blessed Sacrament.
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    Reliquary Coffer

    These details are from a Reliquary Coffer in which a piece of the surplice worn by Saint Francis Xavier was kept. Made of wood and completely covered in chased silver; it is decorated with curving plant motifs in low relief. On the coffers sides the craftsman has depicted miracles performed by Saint Francis Xavier while the inscriptions at the back of the coffer informs us of its contents.
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    SFX and St. Anthony

    The images on these magnetic bookmarks are of two popular saints, Saint Anthony and Saint Francis Xavier. The 17-18th century polychrome and gilt image of Saint Anthony is shown holding the child Jesus on a book in his left hand. The 19th century polychrome and gilt image of Saint Francis Xavier (popularly known as Goencho Saib) has ivory face and hands.
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    Sgraffito

    This detail is found in the Arch of the Church of Santa Monica, Old Goa. Sgraffito is a technique of wall art decoration where a design is scratched out on on a wet lime plastered wall and then exposed surface is filled in with a paste of red soil, charcoal and a binding agent to render it red in colour.
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