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OpisMisnica od zlatnog baršuna te pripadajuća stola i manipul izlošci su stalnog postava Biskupskog muzeja katedrale sv. Stjepana I. pape i mučenika u Hvaru. Predmeti su datirani u kraj 15. i početak 16. stoljeća, a pretpostavka je da su venecijanske provenijencije. Svrha ovog istraživanja je prezentacija baršuna misnice iz toga vrijednog liturgijskog kompleta, izvedenih cjelovitih konzervatorsko-restauratorskih radova i pokušaj određivanja vremena i mjesta izrade na osnovi stilske i tehničke analize te komparacije srodnih materijala.The gold velvet chasuble from the Cathedral of St. Stephen I, Pope and Martyr, is a remarkable example of the so-called velluto a riccio d’oro golden velvet, a unique decorative typology in our area. It was made using purple cut silk velvet with a pattern of complex axisymmetric composition of a maglie ovaliformi typology formed with connected pointed ovals of twisted stylized branches with a motif of luxurious rosette and sempervivum tectorum succulent flowers, buds of the same plant, as well as hibiscus, pomegranate and thistle flowers, pomegranate fruit, and cones on pine twigs. It is a patterned silk cut velvet with gros de Tours ground weave, formed by ground warp and weft threads. The decoration base is woven with yellow covering lancé weft and thin gilded threads (filé), also in the lancé effect. The velvet ornament is formed by purple silk-fibre cut pile warp, and two gilded wefts: a thinner gilded lancé thread and a thicker gilded broché thread. Both gilded threads are used to create the bouclé effect on the motifs. The motifs are framed with a thin, continuous contour line of purple cut velvet.
  
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