Our stock Dalmatics and Tunicles provide the perfect addition to our stock Chasubles and Low Mass sets. Each of our stock vestment ranges can be made with matching Dalmatic and Tunicle. These can be an ideal alternative to our bespoke High Mass sets, as they are available for a determined price and in a set design. Many of the collections may be viewed below.
This set of vestments, called “Holy Name”, reflects the international nature and appeal of Pugin’s work: the orphrey and embroidery are of English origin, whereas the fabric pattern is based on that of a chasuble currently in Australia.
It is our second vestment set inspired by and based on the work of AWN Pugin.
It has, for a long time, been very difficult to acquire truly Latin shaped vestments: the shape used in Rome for well over 200 years and maintained by tradition in places such as the English Oratories and Westminster Cathedral. Places where “Romanitas” has, for so long, been an important part of their charism. The shape of these ‘Newman’ vestments particularly...
Made in Alton fabric, based on a vestment by Pugin for St Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate, and complemented by a re-weaving of an original Pugin orphrey braid, these vestments are cut in a semi-gothic shape.
This range is designed to reflect Pugin's 14th and 15th century influences both in England and the Low Countries.
The vestments are lined in cotton sateen.