1.1 I've presented my research on six A4 boards that are connected and hinged into the form of a cross akin to the Marnhull Orphrey on display in the museum.
|1.1 Opus Anglicanum folded book|
|1.2 Introduction and pattern drawings|
|1.3 The Syon Cope|
|1.4 The Marnhull Orphrey (1)|
|1.5 The Marnhull Orphrey (2)|
|1.6 The Clare Chasuble|
|1.7 The Butler-Bowdon Cope|
The boards are hinged using double cloth tape and with inserted board strips to create spines when the bulk requires. The cover is a dark red velvet with a bronze silk dupioni name (and despite the photograph it really does say opus and not 'pus'!!). The metallic thread embroidery copies one of the patterns found on the Clare Chasuble.