Late fifteenth-century English Opus Anglicanum (chasuble); embroidered with Fleurs-de-Lys, thistles and cherubim atop cruciform globes. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art). "Opus anglicanum" ("Englishwork") embroidery of the 12th-15th centuries. Usually split-stitch and couching, high concentration of gold and silver metallic threads, usually for ecclesiastical pieces, but also secular (book covers, garment embellishment)
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