Sandal or cendal, a silk bearing some resemblance to taffetas.
cendal was a less costly fabric, and was also used largely in ecclesiastical vestments.
The body was preceded by a noble Moor, who bore upon his head a box of cendal wood inlaid with mother-of-pearl.
Taffeta was a thin transparent textile, and was used, as well as cendal, during the Middle Ages for linings.
cendal (Kendal) fins, the son of Norreys fins was buried June the twenty foorst, 1740.
The squire who brought the sword returns, wraps it in a cendal, and carries it off.