Yanomami 01 Chasuble CS067
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Yanomami 01 Chasuble CS067 was specially made for the priestly ordination of two young Indians from the Yanomami tribe. Made of microfiber (twill), lightweight 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
Yanomami 01 Chasuble CS067 was specially made for the priestly ordination of two young Indians from the Yanomami tribe. Made of microfiber (twill), lightweight fabric. Monastic model with crossed vertical collar. Detail: vertical panel 18 cm wide attached to the piece and side finishes with prints typical of the Yanomami Indigenous Tribe of the Brazilian Amazon. This chasuble is available in beige with greeen prints and in sizes S, M and L. Accompanies chasuble's stole.
Collar: Vertical crossed
Colors: Beige with green galoon
Accessory: Chasuble’s stole
Finishing: Panels of 18 cm, (front and back) green collor with Yanomami print
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.
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