Beautiful colors and excellent embroidery give this reversible ready-made Red/White Stole a custom look. Made of revolutionary Liberty fabric, colorfast and soil resistant, this convenient reversible design lets you display beautiful paraments in two liturgical colors, making this an exceptional value and quality set. Stole is 90” long, 4 1/2" wide and tapers to 1 1/4" at the neck; finished with chainette gold fringe.
The red side of the Stole features descending dove image; the white side of the Stole features cross and crown image.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery, when not in stock. To check stock availability, please contact us at 1-800-672-1789. All of the Ascension Series pieces can be made to custom fit your chancel area. For help with placing a custom order, please call our Custom Sales Department at 1-800-237-7511.
When traveling, keep your stole safe and clean in a stole pouch.
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Care Tips. . .
Dry clean only.
Did you know. . .
The word stole comes from the Latin stola which itself is a derivative of a Greek word which means “garment.” The stole was originally a kind of scarf that covered the shoulders and front of the body. Wearing of the stole by clergy was adopted by the Church of Rome about the seventh century and developed into a mark of dignity. The look of the stole evolved over time, gradually becoming narrower and more ornamented with symbols.
The cross and crown image is often interpreted as symbolizing the reward in heaven (the crown) coming after the trials in this life (the cross). (James 1:12)
The descending dove is a symbol of the presence of God as the Holy Spirit and peace, new life, and purity. The use of the dove as a symbol of peace and new life comes from the story of Noah and the flood, where Noah sent a dove forth to find out if the waters had subsided. The use of the dove as a symbol for the Holy Spirit comes from the story of Jesus’ baptism, where a dove descended, and a voice was heard from the heaven, saying “And a voice from heaven said, ‘This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.’” (Matthew 3:17, NIV).