The current pallia comes from the custom of protecting the interior of the chalice, covering it with one side of the corporal. From the Middle Ages until the 16th century it was gradually replaced by a second folded corporal, called palla plicata.
The pallia became a small linen cloth, respecting the traditional rules that required this fabric in allusion to the shroud of Christ. Gradually, embroidery and silk were allowed on the front side, reducing the linen to the back, as it was in contact with the interior of the chalice.
This pallia, made in the Los Rosales workshop, is made with white silk satin and a linen purificator adorned with hemstitching, which, sewn by hand, line the inner piece of methacrylate.
The central motif is composed of a dove, arranged on a beam of rays of light, which traditionally symbolizes the Holy Spirit and his revelation.