Tridentina Chasuble CS057
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Tridentina Chasuble CS057. Is the next step in the evolution of the Roman Chasuble. It is semi Gothic, still used today. Made in damask jacquard and lined with flat fabric.
Chasuble is a liturgical garment that the priests wear on the Tunic or Alb and Stole for the celebration of the Eucharist. Liturgical colors: white (or gold), green, red, purple, rosaceous and black. As for its shape, the chasuble has evolved over time.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
Tridentina ChasubleCS057. Is the next step in the evolution of the Roman Chasuble. It is semi Gothic, still used today. Made in damask jacquard and lined with flat fabric. Details: Byzantine galloon descending from shoulders, meeting chest and continuing vertically. Collar slightly raised and overpassed in front. Finishing with a narrow galloon. Modeling characteristics: The upper part does not go beyond the elbow and the lower part reaches approximately knee height. It is available in beige, green, red and purple, Sizes S, M and L. Goes with chasuble’s stole. Maniple sold separately!
Model: Semi gothic
Collar: Slightly raised overpassed in front
Fabric: Damask Jacquard
Colors: Beige, green, red, and purple
Accessory: Chasuble’s stole.
Finishing: Finishing with a narrow galloon
S: dresses people until 165 cm height.
M: dresses people until 175 cm height.
L: dresses people until185 cm height.
OBS.: For bigger, smaller or intermediate sizes, consult us.
TIPS FOR CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
- DON’T WASH in the washing machine, it’s preferable to dry-clean them in specialized laundries;
- IRON IT inside out, in medium heat as indicated in the composition and conservation tag;
- After usage, leave the piece to rest for one hour in the open air;
- Hang it in good hangers;
- Don’t keep it for too long wrapped in plastic.
DON’T IRON ON: prints, needlework, galloons and metallic fabrics.