This striking Ivory/White Chasuble features fine imported English wool, highlighted with distinctive silk and stunning Kingdom Cross metallic thread embroidery and complementary cording. Chasuble is 58” W and 52” L with an 8” Cross embroidery and 7 1/2" wide band. Matching Eucharistic stole with band appliqué on bottom is included with each chasuble.
Items can be custom ordered to fit your specifications. Choose from four additional exquisite liturgical colors-- ivory/white, green, purple, and red.
This Chasuble is part of a Parament set made to exclusively fit your needs, making it a custom order. At this time we are unable to process custom orders online, but you may still order your Paraments by contacting your local Cokesbury Store or Custom Sales Unit, 1-800-237-7511. One of our representatives will be more than happy to assist you with ordering. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Ask about all matching items in our Kingdom Cross paraments; choose from five liturgical colors--blue, ivory/white, green, purple, and red.
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Care Tips. . .
Dry clean only.
Did you know. . .
A chasuble is an ornate circular garment with a hole in the center for the wearer’s head. When worn, it reaches to the wearer’s wrists, so that if the wearer holds both arms straight out, the chasuble forms a semi-circle when viewed from the front or the back. The chasuble is the descendant of a first-century paenula that was worn as a coat by both sexes. Today it connotes solemnity and formality. The chasuble is always worn with a stole. The stole and chasuble combination is the first-century equivalent of wearing a necktie and jacket.