In present times, baptism is given through holy water to the child's head. However, a dozen centuries ago, the baptismal font was not a bowl-shaped dish, but a building. In the past, various forms of baptism were practiced, eg sprinkling or dipping. For this reason, specially designed buildings were built, the interior of which was a large hall with a water vessel placed in a central place. In modern times, this way of baptism is not practiced. The font is a vessel usually made of wood, metal or hollowed out in stone. Its appearance may change with the current architectural style.

The store's offer includes both baptism covers and bowls as well as entire baptismal fonts.

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