The crosier can literally be translated as a shepherd's stick. Today, it is one of the attributes of abbots, privileged infiltrates and bishops. Its shape is a long stick, which is wrapped right next to it. Usually richly decorated, the tip is also called a cherry. The pastoral serves as a symbol and metaphor of the power held by the bishops. From the 11th century, the pastoral belonged to the episcopal insignia, and from the sixteenth century, they wear it with a leaning exterior. Unlike the bishops, the abbots wear a veil shielded by a veil because of their limited power. We cordially invite you to familiarize yourself with our offer.