There is no picture but the fabric is described as "silk damask. With a design of clover leaves alternating with the monogram 'I.H.S', set in gothic ogives which are combined with palmette and beaded band ornament in white on a red ground". We have a few pictures of the missing Luther Hooper works from St Christopher's Church (below) and this description does not appear to describe any of those. Who was I.H.S.? I wondered who this person might be, perhaps a well known local figure who was associated with St Christopher's? Then I discovered that IHS is a monogram of the name Jesus Christ(!). I do not totally understand where it comes from but an online explanation says, "
There are many Luther Hooper works in the V&A, sadly none of them are illustrated online. This piece is 17.25 inches by 28.5 inches. It was given to the V&A by Miss G. Bunting in 1953. The most interesting information however is "Object history note: Designed for St Christopher's Church". The V&A catalogue entry can be found here.