Cloth of Gold with Rich Tradition - Orleans
Historical Background - Orleans Cloth of Gold
Hearkening back to the days of King Henry VIII, this French design of the 16th century evokes images of the meet between the King of England and Francis I of France at the Field of the Cloth of Gold, the last great display of Medieval Chivalry.
This unique fabric shimmers with a light, golden background, accented by rich colors of red and deep gold to create a Fleur de Lis, cross, and scroll work detail. The pattern would be stunning for use on a bishop miter, as orphrey trims for a cope, priest chasuble, or as altar hangings. It would be lovely for use as a Roman Chasuble or to create a unique and special Latin Mass Vestment Set.
Features - Orleans Cloth of Gold
Pattern Repeat: 10 ½" (27 cm)
Width: 48" (122 cm)
Fiber Content: 32% Cotton, 28% Met. Yarn, 17% Viscose, 17% Polyester, 5% Silk
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