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The ileton is the cover for the antiminsion. Made from two layers of burgundy satin so that the particles
will easily brush off. Please specify jurisdiction when ordering (GOA, Antiochian, OCA, etc.). Price $35
each plus $5 shipping
Communion cloths (“kalimata”)
My communion cloths are made from a very absorbent, wine-colored 100% cotton with a gold cross embroidered in one corner. 19.5” x 19.5”. Price $12.50 each plus $5 shipping per order.
Velvet Gospel markers with embroidery and finished with fringe. Price $60 each. Colors available: burgundy, blue, green, white, black, gold (non-velvet)
Ileton and Communion Cloth
Liturgical spear in various sizes with wood-burned design on handle and leather cover (no cover for small size). Very sharp blade!
Wide-mouthed, pharmaceutical-grade amber bottles that fit in communion kits. Also work well for distributing holy oil. Price $1
Machine-embroidered cotton, envelope-style bag for transporting prosphora. $20/each. Designs may vary.
The Savanon is the linen garment worn by the bishop over his vestments to protect his vestments during a consecration. Traditionally, it is cut up and distributed to the faithful after the Divine Liturgy as a memento of the consecration. Price $150
The Katasarkion is the 100% linen, “baptismal garment” of the holy table and is installed at the time of consecration and
never removed. It hangs over the edges of the holy table by 4-5 inches and is finished with a drawstring casing and cording to tie it to the
holy table. Prices vary on size of holy table, beginning at $150 for a 42-inch by 42-inch holy table.
For either the Savanon or Katasarkion, please contact me via email (email@example.com) to place an order and allow 4-8 weeks.
Every set of vestments I make comes with a complimentary vestment cover, which is a 38-inch square of heavy poplin
hemmed and finished with a ribbon in one corner. Additional covers may be purchased with color-coded ribbons. Price $20 each
I offer a wide variety of brocades and colors of this very useful item. I recommend that every priest has a visitation
epitrachelion in his collection in case of loss or theft (I have had several clients who have used an epitrachelion from a vestment set for visitations and their car has been broken into and the epitrachelion stolen, thus depriving them of an entire set of vestments just becasue the epitrachelion was stolen). All visitation epitrachelia come with a storage bag and are $225/each. They make an excellent gift!
Cotton, machine-embroidered bag for transporting antidoron.
Price: $8 plus $2 shipping (designs vary)