Part of an extensive and varied set of chasubles in the collection, this one shuns the exuberant Baroque decoration of the era. Woven in a white satin fabric, probably of Chinese origin, it is decorated with remarkable embroidery of multi-coloured silk thread representing bunches of carnations, magnolias, peonies and pomegranates: birds and butterflies, which emerge from two diverging cornucopias. A similar stem sprouting from a vase fills the orphrey that is trimmed with a narrow band of foliage. This piece originated from an unidentified Lisbon church.