Lexicographical Neighbors of Orphreyed
Literary usage of Orphreyed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Ecclesiastical Heraldry by John Woodward (1894)
"The material of the mitre had originally been simple white linen, orphreyed with embroidery; then it was made of silk damask, or cloth of gold or silver ..."
2. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum by Montague Rhodes James (1895)
"of mitre, orphreyed or plain, Bp in orphreyed mitre and chasuble consecrating : two acolytes. 94. 391 a. ,, of Pastoral Staff (and Sandals), Bp half-length, ..."
3. Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Art and by Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott (1868)
"The precious, made of gems and gold and silver plates; (2) the orphreyed, of white damask, covered with pearls and gold thread; and (3) the simple, ..."
4. The Laws and Usages of the Church and the Clergy by William Henry Pinnock (1856)
"The orphreyed Mitre is to be used, says DURANDUS, from Easter " to Advent, ... But at other times ordinarily not the " orphreyed but the simple Mitre is to ..."
5. The Ways of War by Tom Kettle, Mary Sheehy Kettle (1917)
"The ciboria, the chalices, the candlesticks, the rich orphreyed vestments have been removed to Antwerp. Thither have gone Van Dyck's "Crucifixion," and ..."
6. A Manual of Costume as Illustrated by Monumental Brasses by Herbert Druitt (1906)
"1510, wearing over the processional vestments, instead of the orphreyed cope, a plain cope-like pallium or cloak with a hood, and having a pastoral staff on ..."