French Style

The chasuble measures 39” in length and 25” at its widest point. This style is distinguished by the large cross on the back panel. A 56" grosgrain tie is attached to the inside of the front panel.

French StyleThe stole hangs approximately 35” from the shoulders and is 10” at its widest point. A cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The maniple is 22” from the center seam and 9 3/4” at its widest point. It has a tab along the center hem to simplify pinning. It is also tacked closed 9 1/2" from the center. A cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The chalice veil is 20 3/4”x 20 3/4” with a cross embroidered in the center near the front hem.

The burse measures 9" by 9”. It is completely lined with 100% Belgian linen. It features full-length gusset side-closures and a cross embroidered on the front.

 


Original Spanish Style

The chasuble measures 40” in length and 25” at its widest point. A wide orphrey runs down the front and back panels. A 56" grosgrain tie is attached to the inside of the front panel.

Original Spanish StyleThe stole hangs approximately 32” from the shoulders and is 6” at its widest point. A cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The maniple is 19” from the center seam and 7” at its widest point. It has a tab along the center hem to simplify pinning. It is also tacked together in the front, about 9" down from the center seam. A cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The chalice veil is 20 3/4”x 20 3/4” with a cross embroidered in the center near the front hem.

The burse measures 9" by 9”. It is completely lined with 100% Belgian linen. It features full-length gusset side-closures and a cross embroidered on the front.


Traditional Spanish Style

This style vestment differs from the Original Spanish style most noticeably in the narrow stole and maniple which stay in place better than the wider style. Notice also the difference in the shape of the chasuble.

The chasuble measures 41” in length and 27¼” at its widest point. A 56" tie is attached to the inside of the chasuble front.

traditional spanish styleThe stole hangs approximately 40” from the shoulders and is 9” at its widest point and 2 5/8" at its narrowest point. It has a linen band sewn along the neckline to protect it from wear. A gold metallic cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A 1 ½” metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The maniple is 22” from the center seam and 8” at its widest point. It has a tab along the center hem to simplify pinning, as well as a second tab which joins the front panel to the back for a better fit. A gold metallic cross is embroidered on both ends and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The chalice veil is 21 ½”x 21 ½” with a cross embroidered in the center near the front hem.

The burse measures 9" by 9”. It is completely lined with 100% Belgian linen. It features full-length gusset side-closures and a metallic cross embroidered on the front.


Roman Style

The chasuble measures 36” in length and 25 1/2" at its widest point. A 56" tie is attached to the inside of the chasuble front.

Roman StyleThe stole hangs approximately 33” from the shoulders and is 9 ¾” at its widest point. It has a linen band sewn along the neckline to protect it from wear. A cross is embroidered on both sides and in the center. A metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The maniple is 22” from the center seam and 9 ½” at its widest point. It has a tab along the center hem to simplify pinning, as well as a second tab which joins the front panel to the back for a better fit. A cross is embroidered on both sides and in the center. A 1 ½” metallic fringe hangs from both ends.

The chalice veil is 22 1/4" x22 1/4" with a cross embroidered in the center near the front hem.

The burse measures 9”by 9”. It is completely lined with 100% Belgian linen. A full-length gusset closes both sides of the pall.