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Comper Jay Damask

Sir Ninian Comper (1864-1960), one of the greatest Victorian Gothic Revival architects, designed seven patterns of brocade.

           Being passionate about the Gothic Revival and looking for a pattern of character, I have commissioned the re-weaving of one of these Comper patterns called Jay. This is exclusive to me.

          This is available now in Ivory colour. Please do not hesitate to contact me for further details.

In order to appreciate the pattern better, the fabric is shown in a slightly darker shade.

         This pure silk damask is 57" wide (143 cm). Repeat pattern: 11"1/2 (28.5cm) in the width and 37" (94 cm) in the length.

       

Project done with the Comper Jay Damask

Marian Solemn Mass Set Comper Rosary
Chasuble, tunicle, dalmatic, back view. Photo of courtesy of Fr Lawrence Lew OP
Marian Solemn Mass Set Comper Rosary
Chasuble, tunicle, dalmatic,Front view. Photo of courtesy of Fr Lawrence Lew OP
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The Shield of the Shrine
Shrine of Our Lady of Rosary, London
Marian Solemn Mass Set Comper Rosary
Back of the chasuble
The Crown
Detail of the stone ornated with true stones.
Back of the Dalmatic
The Dominican logo
Marian Solemn Mass Set Comper Rosary
Detail of the embroidery of the dalmatic. Photo of courtesy of Fr Lawrence Lew OP
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A tile of the Shrine
End of orphrey
Detail
A tile of the Shrine
The Burse
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