French Lace Surplice SO038
- Reference: 13810
French Lace Surplice SO038. Made in Oxford, lightweight and with a good fit. It was developed in the traditional model with pleats and square collar.
Two very similar vestments are the roquet and the surplice. Both are similar to the Alb, but shorter. They are worn over the cassock, but are not tied with the girdle. Despite these similarities, they are different. The key to the difference is in the sleeves: the roquet has long and narrow sleeves, while the surplice has them wider and shorter.
The surplice can be used by all clergy to administer the sacraments, and it is also part of the choral habit of deacons, priests, chaplains of his holiness and of the prelates of honor. Even acolytes can wear it.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
French Lace Surplice SO038. Made in Oxford, lightweight and with a good fit. It was developed in the traditional model with pleats and square collar. The embroidery on the sleeves and the bar are handcrafted (handmade), directly on the piece. Available only in white with light gray embroidery and in sizes S, M and L.
Finishing: Embroidery on the sleeves and the bar are handcrafted (handmade), directly on the piece
S: 90 cm (length)
M: 100 cm (length)
L: 110 cm (length)
NOTE: Image for illustrative purposes only. Parts sold separately.
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|BACK LENGTH (SHOULDER TO BAR)||90||100||110|