Vestments for Christmas( number of products: 29 )
Christmas is a truly special time of the year for the believers. Hundreds come to church to celebrate the birth of the Baby Jesus, to say the Lord’s prayer and the Creed, to seek peace, to regain hope and faith. This is often a beautiful time of the reunion with God, but also with other people. Therefore, the December ceremonies at church should be all the more different from the regular masses, complemented by specifically designed liturgical vestments to fully embrace and experience the common solemn prayer.
Unusual wear for priests
Within our offer you can find beautifully embroidered Gothic chasubles and Christmas copes made of brocade fabric. A light-weight material together with delicate, detailed ornaments create unusual liturgical vestments for priests. Decorated with the image of the Holy Family or the Christ Child chasubles, red and gold capes can be easily paired with precisely embroidered mitres. A broad range of Christmas vestments leaves you the possibility to choose the most desired model. Our shop offers also a wonderfully reconstructed red Santa Claus set with the alb, cope, mitre and a metal crosier. Each of the Santa Clause vestments’ elements, including the white wig, can be bought separately too.
Decorating the church
Apart from the chasubles and other pieces of liturgical vestments for priests, we prepare also elegant Christmas decorations for churches. A crisp white altar clothes with the embroidered image of the Holy Family or the Nativity Scene are made of stain-proof fabric and can be altered to fit the right size. The variety of traditional and modern design allows to choose the best fitting option of the liturgical accessories. The vivid colours and detailed shapes can be seen from far. Altar linen are combined in unique sets of a pall, lavabo, corporal, purificator and ciborium veil thanks to their matching sterling embroidery. Accompanied by the lectern hanging decorated with a gold thread they will make for perfect liturgical accessories during the Christmas ceremonies.