Perfect for ceremonial use—for wine (and water) to be consecrated at the Last Supper--or for display, this beautifully handcrafted Tan Flagon has an easy-to-grip handle, and a unique glaze of varying shades of brown and tan woven throughout. This design can be used for any service during the season of Lent.
Each Flagon is handmade; no two are exactly alike; 7 1/2" tall and holds 44 oz.
Check out our matching Tan Bread Plate (Paten) and Tan Chalice.
This Flagon is also available in Deep (Dark) Blue, with accompanying Blue Bread Plate and Blue Chalice.
Take a moment to look at our selection of Communionware and Communion Linens.
Investigate these resources: The Igniting Worship Series--Communion, and Conflict and Communion.
Care Tips. . .
This product is dishwasher safe, microwave safe, oven safe, and completely lead-free.
Did you know. . .
Communion is also known as Holy Communion, The Lord's Supper, and The Eucharist (from the Greek word for thanksgiving). The bread and wine (or juice of the grape) used in the service are known in liturgical traditions as the Elements. Communion is a Christian sacrament. The sacraments are outward, visible signs of an inward, spiritual grace. Communion recalls the last supper of Jesus with the disciples and Christ's continuing presence with us.
A Flagon is a large metal or ceramic pitcher with a handle and spout often used for wine (and water) to be consecrated at communion.