A Spanish Set from Pluriarte Arte Sacro

Today I wished to share a set of vestments designed by Pluriarte who are based out of Spain. Fittingly, we are presenting one of their recent Spanish sets which was commissioned by members of the Institute of Christ the King.

Readers will no doubt note the distinctive shape of the Spanish chasuble, as well as the decorative panel on the dalmatic and tunicle and their corresponding "collarin" (a decorative collar which is a development from the medieval apparelled amice and which has equivalent parallels in the Ambrosian rite -- the cappino -- and rite of Lyons -- the colletin).

That bit of liturgical history aside, here are the vestments in question:

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