This reversible Red/White Flower Stand Cover features machine embroidered gold-colored image of gold Latin Cross and of Cross and Crown on 100% polyester polyfaille, strengthened with interlining, and finished with gold-colored fringe; economically priced and characterized by excellent construction. Cover measures 14” x 36” long.
The red side features Cross and Crown image; the white side features Latin Cross image.
This item is normally kept in stock. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery, when not in stock. To check stock availability, please contact us at 1-800-672-1789. Individual pieces or sizes available by special order. For help with placing a custom order, please call and ask for the Custom Sales Department.
This item is part of the Economy Reversible Parament Series.
Check out our matching reversible clergy stoles , and look into our selection of available Flower Stand Covers.
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Care Tips. . .
Dry clean only.
Did you know. . .
Paraments are the linens and cloth hangings used on communion tables, altars, pulpits and lecterns; they “clothe” the central furnishings in the chancel. The colors of the paraments reflect the traditional colors of the seasons of the Christian year, and are changed as the seasons of the Christian year change. Often they are embellished with specific symbols appropriate to the particular season.
The Cross and Crown symbol is often interpreted as symbolizing the reward in heaven (the crown) coming after the trials in this life (the cross). (James 1:12)
The most well known cross is the Latin cross, which to Christians, represents the cross of Christ's crucifixion. When shown with the image of Christ, it is called a crucifix.
The shape of a true Latin cross, when folded, creates a cube, an ancient symbol of earthly authority.