Lithuania, middle of the 19th c.
Church of St. Bartholomew the Apostle in Ratnyčia.
Embroidery with metal and silk threads, other embroidery techniques
The chasuble is embroidered in a mixed technique using metal and silk threads, straight and chain stitches, and decorated with metal plates of golden colour. Nineteenth-century embroideries in Lithuania often reflect the continued traditions of Baroque with deep roots in folk art.