RECANTANGLER - GREENISH GREY VELVET W/ GOLD SATIN STITCH (ANEVATA) W/ GOLD SEQUNIS DESIGN. THE EMBROIDERY HERE IS TYPICAL OF LITURQICAL ROBES - GOLD THREAD IS WOUND A ROUND A HARD FLAT PIECE CUT TO DESIRED PATTERN. THEN ATTACHE TO THE VELVET. THIS technique is called "couching". Red cording decorates the edge of the piece.
"we have this pattern elsewhere"
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Wall Hanging, 1910 – 1918, BARBATSULY, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6927. Accessed 02/27/21.