Many accessories show a surface of loosely-stitched white silk, the preparatory ground work for pearl fillings. Three concentric zones of arcaded imagery spread framing 24 standing figures and three central scenes. The gold columns of the arcades bearing acorn and a large oak-leaf above each intersection on either side. The mounds are strewn as forget-me-nots and daisies with flowers. The stars were covered formerly with a green bed with pearls. A throne of gold arcading surmounted by a frieze of quatrefoils.
The Virgin's robe has yellow hair is a two-handled vase encrusted once with pearls. Adoration of the Magi is seated on a throne of gold arcading, has a blue border around sleeves and neck, is supporting the Infant Christ. The robes of all three kings have patterned fur linings. Saint Lawrence holding a book and a gridiron is yellow dalmatic. The book is yellow with gold trellis and a pink, has a yellow cover with white trellis and pink. Saint Stephen robed as a deacon, has short yellow hair stole has white ends with pink spots. Saint Edward crowned a model has beard and short white hair, pink and buff lining are black with green tongues. Saint Margaret of Antioch wearing the crown of martyrdom. Saint John holding book and a curved silver palm branch is worked in indented spirals, has a blue lining. The robe has a pink and a green lining, a yellow-green lining. The book cover is pink with blue spots and white trellis. Saint Catherine of Alexandria nimbed a gold sword and a spiked wheel.
A mitred Archbishop holding a long-stemmed cross in one hand. Beard and Hair worked in two shades of greenish-yellow. The staff is worked over blue threads and pink in gold wound. Saint Matthias holding a long-stemmed halberd with a silver blade. Saint Bartholomew displaying flaying large knife is worked in stripes of brown silk, is lined with pink. Eight architectural niches placed are separated by oblong panels. The kings wear fur-lined mantles have symbols and no names. A bishop holding a long crook, right hand is robed in dalmatic in chasuble. An archbishop raising right hand in blessing, is dressed like the bishop, has been identified tentatively as St Thomas of Canterbury. The use of such rich decoration using gold threads and pearls. The Butler-Bowdon family was cut probably up some time before 1721. St Edward is prominent on the left hand in the central row. The third quarter of the 17th century had become so popular that many articles in England. Sicily and southern Italy was produced during the 17th century in considerable quantity.
A great many women's dresses were richly ornamented with beads of all kinds. The British Isles is considered often erroneously synonymous with the entire United Kingdom with the island of Great Britain. Early 21st-century population estimates indicated more than 135000 individuals of Eskimo.