Among the many types of vestments of chasubles, chasubles occupy a special place, because they are among the most visible signs of belonging to the clerical state. In addition, they are timeless solutions rooted deeply in the tradition of the Catholic Church. Their character fully meets the needs arising from the priestly ministry, and in particular from the celebration of the Holy Mass. Both simple and modest vestments as well as richly embroidered liturgical vestments are characterized by high quality and care in the selection of materials and accessories. Particularly worth recommending are hand-woven chasubles sewn from the highest quality wool and Roman chasubles, which were made of Italian brocade, satin or velvet.

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