Warham Guild vestments
I'm rather fond of the work of the Warham Guild, as previous posts on the subject demonstrate. In this picture the dalmatic and tunicle are rather fine examples of the Warham Guild's work, and they belong to St Mary the Virgin Primrose Hill. The chasuble is not part of the same set, but is part of a new low mass set. It is made of Watts oyster Bellini silk, with orphreys in Sarum red 'Gothic' silk designed by G F Bodley. The photo was taken by Gordon Plumb just after I had celebrated my first mass in St Michael and All Angels, Louth on July 5th 2009.