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The linen ornaments of the Anglican Cummunion, copiously considered, with plates and drawings.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-820-5
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Publication Status: In Print
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 701
Publication Date: Aug 13,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 34
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-820-5
$37.00
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The linen ornaments of the Anglican Cummunion, copiously considered, with plates and drawings. After a brief consideration of some antiquarian cloths, and veils (the ornaments of the ministers being treated elsewhere), this booklet illustrates the Lenten Array to display the liturgical color in Lent and Eastertide; then the linen of the Lord's table, fair linen (with a rebuke to the Oxford Movement), frontlet, undercloth, and coverlet; the linen for the communion vessels: corporal, pall, purificator, towel, and burse - with a plea for more practical design than the Victorian custom. Finally a note that while cotton is acceptable, but not preferred, to linen, silk and lace are foreign to the Anglican tradition.

The linen ornaments of the Anglican Cummunion, copiously considered, with plates and drawings. After a brief consideration of some antiquarian cloths, and veils (the ornaments of the ministers being treated elsewhere), this booklet illustrates the Lenten Array to display the liturgical color in Lent and Eastertide; then the linen of the Lord's table, fair linen (with a rebuke to the Oxford Movement), frontlet, undercloth, and coverlet; the linen for the communion vessels: corporal, pall, purificator, towel, and burse - with a plea for more practical design than the Victorian custom. Finally a note that while cotton is acceptable, but not preferred, to linen, silk and lace are foreign to the Anglican tradition.

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Percy Dearmer

  • CHURCH LINEN (page 7)
  • I. LESSER CLOTHS AND VEILS (page 8)
  • II. THE LENTEN ARRAY (page 9)
  • III. FOR THE LORD'S TABLE THE FAIR LINEN (page 10)
  • THE FRONTLET CLOTH (page 12)
  • THE UNDERCLOTH (page 16)
  • PLATE III (page 17)
  • IV. FOR THE VESSELS (page 18)
  • PLATE IV (page 22)
  • PURIFICATORS (page 24)
  • PLATE V (page 25)
  • TOWELS (page 26)
  • PLATE VI (page 27)
  • CLEANLINESS (page 30)
  • MATERIAL (page 33)
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