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Victoria High Mass Set - Gold

 VICTORIA HIGH MASS SET This set is inspired by various collections in the Victoria Albert Museum from its colour scheme to the cutting. The shape of the chasuble is Semi Gothic and the lining is made out of coral red cotton linen. One of the greatest feature of this chasuble is the braids and orphrey are specially made. The braid are inspired by the chasuble given by St Augustine Abbey, Ramsgate to VA Museum. It is designed by A.W.N Pugin and probably made around 1848 for the Abbey. The orphrey's pattern are inspired by a carved silver pyx made in the 18th century. The colour are specially selected to contrast with the braid along. The emblem of IHS is specially embroidered with gold thread and blue silk. It is adorned with 4 fleur de lys around the four corners. Each end of the orphreys are finished with a crown of gold. *Tassels and Apparel for amice sold seperately Commission price RM2600 ( 628 USD ) Low Mass Set - Chasuble / Stole / Maniple / Burse / Veil RM8400 ( 2080 USD ) H

Lenten Array

The Above is made for a parish in Oxford, UK

It has a pairs of book marks and a pulpit fall

Here below is another set made for the diocese of Kuching, Malaysia.

Traditional Sarum Use Antependium with full set of matching vestments, it is donated to the St Thomas Cathedral, Kuching. The design is inspire by the passion of Christ. I did quite a numbers of case study to understand how is should represent and how it should be done. The full set consist of

Celebrant - Chasuble, Stole, Maniple, Apparel collar
Deacon - Stole, Maniple, Apparel collar
Sub Deacon - Maniple, Apparel collar
Priest - Stole ( Assisting clergy )
Chalice veil & Burse
Veil for processional cross
Veil for Our Lady of Kuching
Veil for pulpit cruxifix
Apparel collar - 3 server

The five smaller cross symbolise the five wound of Christ and the Big cross in the middle with 3 droplets represent Christ and the slightly smaller crosses at the side symbolise the other criminals
The emblem from the top left to right and bottom left to right

Thirty pieces of silver in 3 bags taken by Judas Iscariot, Crown of Thorns, Whip, Rooster of Peter's denial
Pincer and Hammer, Reed and Sponge, 3 nails, robe and dice

 Chalice Veil and Burse

Set of Maniple, stoles and veil for cross