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    Ceremonial Base Cloth

    This image is of a ceremonial base cloth found in the museum's collection. This piece is six-sided and made of red velvet. In the centre is the crowned dove of the Holy Spirit, which has well-defined and imposing open wings and tail, and is embroidered in relief with gold thread. A completion of branches, buds and flowers, also gold-embroidered, surrounds the central motif.
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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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    Humeral Veil

    This image is of a white silk humeral veil found in the museum's collection. It is richly embroidered in gold and coloured silk thread. In the centre is a radiating composition containing Christ's trigram and the three nails, surmounted by a cross. Richly embroidered gold and silk plant motifs rise from the four corners. Other flowers of different sizes mark a sparse composition, probably Mughal-influenced, on the field, which is edged by a gold band stimulating the usual narrow border.
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    Virgin n Child Detail

    This image of the Virgin and Child was a preferred representation in the 17th century. The 'Madonna Enthroned' image became common in Europe during Medieval and Renaissance periods. The Virgin in a majestic pose, is seated in an imposing 17th century style throne whose back has a simple design of a half-flower that looks both like a crown and a halo. In her left hand she holds the Child whose right hand is raised in benediction and left hand holds the sphere symbolizing the world. Both mother and child are Indian in aspect.
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