Liturgical Vestments
Bishop\'s vestments

Set of vestments include Saccos, Stole, Small and Great Omofors, Belt, Palitsa, Cuffs, Sulok.
From Metallic Brocade $1200
From Nonmetallic Brocade $1100
From Rayon $ 1000.
White stikhar with galloon $190
White stikhar with embroidery $240
Chalice covers $110
Bookmark $20

Embroidered set of vestments - please inquire about the price.
 
Russian style Priest\'s vestments

Set includes phelon, belt, epitrakhil and cuffs.
From Rayon $650
From Nonmetallic Brocade $690
From Metallic Brocade $ 740

Additional:
Palitsa $45
Nabedrennik (Epigonation) $45
Chalice covers $110
Gospel marker $20

White stikhar $150
Greek style Priest\'s vestments

Set includes  phelon, belt, epitrakhil and cuffs.

From Rayon $600
From Nonmetallic brocade $640
From metallic brocade $690

Additional:

Palitsa $45
Chalice covers $110
Gospel marker $20

White stikhar $150

Deacon\'s vestments

Set includes stikharion, cuffs and orarion

From Rayon $430
From Nonmetallic brocade $480
From Metallic brocade $ 530

To add velvet - additional cost, please inquire.

The set on the picture cost $590

SUBDEACON'S vestments minus $40

PROTODEACON'S vestments add $50

Reader\'s or Altar server Robe

ADULT size more that 4' long

From Rayon $290
From Nonmetallic brocade $350
From Metallic brocade $390

CHILD size up to 4' long

From Rayon $220
BROCADES

Please also check my Ebay store at http://stores.ebay.com/Liturgical-Vestments for available materials for sale.
RAYON  $39 per yard
NONMETALLIC BROCADE $49 per yard (Russian made)
METALLIC BROCADE $65 per yard (Russian made)
PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT SHIPPING CHARGES.


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Hello Katia,
The vozduch and veils arrived on Saturday.
They are very beautiful and far beyond my expectation.
I was especially pleased about the size of the vozduch.
When I have purchased this item in Russia, the vozduch is
usually not so wide and especially not so deep. Thank you
for the wonderful embroidery work. I look forward to receiving
the palitsa.
dick1610 alexander st john
November 25th, 2012




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