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The thistle is a symbol of Scotland and its residents. There is an impressive legend which explain the thistle symbolism. The thistle was used as a national symbol since 15th century. The symbol was used in silver coins of king James III. in 1470.

R5228 ivory warp - ivory/pastel green


Availability In stock (0.7 m)
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Measure price 58,50 € / 1 m
58,50 € / m
Product code M0000212
Category Ecclesiastical

Church brocade got its name because of religious patterns. It has woven gold or silver metallic yarn, which is typical of church attire. These brocades can be supplemented with embroidery. They are suitable for church clothing but also as decorations for the altar and other church decorations.

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Color green, ivory
Warp color ivory
Historical period Renaissance, Baroque, Classicism, 15th century, 16th century, 17th century, 18th century, 19th century, Celts, Ireland
Material composition (?) cotton/acetate
Motive/pattern floral, thistle
Manufacturer HEDVA ČESKÝ BROKÁT, s.r.o.
Material composition 55% cotton/45% acetate
width 160 cm
weight 235 g/m2

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