Historical brocade 160 50749 Cloverleaf black

R5124/69 black warp

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Code: M0000321
60,50 € / m 60,50 € / 1 m
Category: Brocades
Color: black
Warp color: black
Historical period: 17th century
Material composition: cotton/viscose
Motive/pattern: floral
Collection: BLACK&GOLD
Weight: 234 g/m2
Width: 160 cm
Material composition: 55% cotton/45% viscose
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Church brocades are a traditional part of liturgical celebrations in various churches and religious communities around the world. These fabrics feature beautiful ornaments and patterns, often inspired by religious themes such as saints, angels and biblical stories.

Ecclesiastical brocades are used to make a variety of liturgical items such as chasubles, dalmatics, maniples, rochettes and crosses. These items are part of the services and have symbolic meaning. Brocade chasubles are worn by priests during Mass and solemn liturgies, while brocaded crosses are placed on the altar and serve as a symbol of faith.

Ecclesiastical brocades are often handmade and are highly prized for their beauty and the complexity of the production process. These fabrics have been used for centuries and are part of the cultural heritage of many countries. In some regions, ecclesiastical brocades have become the subject of art collections and are protected as a cultural monument.

Nowadays, church brocades are used not only in church ceremonies but also as part of art projects and fashion designs. Brocade fabrics are a popular material in haute couture design and are used for the production of luxury clothing and accessories. In any case, brocade fabrics are characterized by a beautiful aesthetic and are highly valued for their uniqueness and quality.


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