Our number one aim is to create suitably beautiful vestments for the service of God in the mass and other liturgical functions. The second, is keeping it all affordable.
a longstanding tradition,
we embroider the coat of arms on the vestments we create if you so
choose. These can be of the person who commissions it, be it a
private donor, a prelate or institution such as religious
seminary who will receive the vestment as a gift.
This can serve a manyfold purpose: to adorn, to honour, but also
to distinguish the original owner or donor of the piece. Thus, the addition of the coat of arms serves
as a testament
for the future generations of the contribution to the patrimony of
the Church and can be useful to date and ascertain provenance too. One
to keep in mind that these objects are oftentimes used for hundreds of years,
and even after they should become unwearable, end up as museum pieces or
treasured sacristy keepsakes behind glass.
know that today especially, no priest, bishop or even cardinal earns
or holds the amounts of fortune that perhaps would have been usual in
past centuries, but that should not inhibit the hermeneutics of
tradition to be left aside.
worldwide provide this sort of personalised services today, and those
that do are often extremely pricy - not withstanding that the
in euros or pounds sterling which is not in a favourable conversion
rate to the rest of the world - for this reason, we have garnered a
close relationship with our suppliers of fabrics, trims, needles and
threads to help keep our
prices reasonable and comparable to the
unadorned "modern" vestments that are readily available in
catalog out there. So with us, you get the best of both
worlds: the convenience of affordability
and the assurance that each piece is custom made and
every embroidery a work of art.
you are unsure of whether you or the cleric you want to commission a
piece for is entitled to arms, ask
are happy to answer all inquiries.