Chasuble of pale blue silk damask ground. Embroidered with two types of silver gilt thread and with silver gilt strip, spangles and metal ornaments inlaid and couched work, partially raised.
Lined with silk, fancy twill weave. The chasuble is cut with a long straight-edged back and a fiddle-back front. False orphreys are defined by lines of angular scrolls and shell shapes. A Rococo pattern of flowers, angular motifs and shells covers the entire ground and is worked across the orphrey lines.