Lithuania, second half of the 17th c.
Church of Saints Peter and Paul the Apostles in Vilnius.
Embroidery with metal threads
In the Baroque period, embroidery with metal threads acquired a new shape. In the 17th century, vestments often had an even metal relief surface with projecting large flower blossoms growing from a single twisting branch. In the late 17th century, high gold reliefs started becoming lower.