This set of vestments are examples of Anglo-Saxon Embroidery. They are worked with gold thread and coloured silks in stem stitch, split stitch and surface couching. These vestments are covered in figures, who are archtypes rather than individuals.
Physical description worked in couched gold thread, and silk in split stitch, on silk satin. Design of winged griffin-like creature, and scrolling foliage. Place of Origin Germany (probably, made) Date (made)