This handsome Blue Stole features gold braid just below an embroidered large Presbyterian (USA) symbol near the bottom of the stole.
The stole is made of Liberty fabric, which is treated for soil resistance and color-fastness for years of service. It is wider than standard stoles, measuring 5 1/2" wide and 92” long, and is available in Purple, White, Red, and Green. See the Related Products Section below.
Need somewhere to hang your stole? You can find stole racks in the Related Products listed below, along with a pouch to store and protect your stole.
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Care tip . . .
Manufacturer recommends dry cleaning.
Did you know . . .
The stole, called an epitrachilion in Orthodox churches, is a long, narrow rectangular garment that is worn around the neck so that it hangs down in front of the wearer’s legs, ending below the knees. The stole originated as a sort of kerchief; people used them as a general work cloth, for polishing things, and for wiping sweat from their faces. They came into the church, probably as a cloth that the celebrant could use to clean the Communion ware as part of the service, and for that reason, the stole became a Eucharistic garment.