The mitre is almost lost, the face has suffered greatly, and the hands, feet and parts of the crosier are quite gone.
Their insignia of office, the miter and crosier, are familiar to every one.
He holds a crosier in one hand, and raises the other, with fingers uplifted, in act of benediction.
In 1048, Wulgate, twelfth Abbot of Croyland, received the crosier and ring from the king.
That was called a crosier, Daoud recalled, and was the cardinal's staff of office.
The mitre and crosier were the emblems of the episcopal office.
The chasuble hangs in curious, close, U-like folds and the crosier staff passes diagonally across the body.
Most of it was green in colour, and St. Patrick wore a mitre and had a crosier in his hand.
Scarcely less artful is the arrangement of the head of the bishop with his crosier and the collar of his robe all in one.
On being informed of its name, he then said, "But what is a crosier?"