Stole Style #2 in the Luther Rose Brocade Vestment Collection
Brand Ecclesiastical Sewing
To mark the celebration of the Reformation, a special Luther Rose brocade has been created. This fabric features the design motifs of the Luther Rose Seal and a Patonce Cross which are entwined with a vine and grape motif. Our Luther Rose stoles have been carefully constructed to feature the lovely rose motif which is interspersed with embroidered orphrey bands.
Style #2 is unique with the red Romsey brocade orphrey bands that have embroideries stitched directly on them. There are only bottom orphreys for this style of stole The embroideries for this style are either two of the same OR there is the option to have a mix of two embroideries. The choices are the VDMA symbol, a Luther Rose, the Patonce Cross, or various symbols from the Six Chief Parts of the Catechism Collection.
Available colors: Red Luther Rose Brocade with red Romsey orphrey
Embroidery Options: two VDMA; two Luther Rose embroidery; two Patonce Crosses; two Lord's Supper; two Baptism; two Lord's Prayer (Prayer); two Trinity (Creeds); two Ten Commandments; two Office of Keys; the Lord's Supper and Baptism; the Lord's Prayer (Prayer) and Trinity (Creed); the Ten Commandments and Office of Keys.
Trim Options: tassels or no tassels on the lower edge (tassels may be added for additional charge)
Width: 4 1/2"
Length: 53" without tassels
Fiber content: Face fabric 55% Cotton, 45% Viscose; Lining 100% Polyester
Care: Dry Clean Only
Each stole is hand made here in the US, either in Minnesota or Ohio. By hand making our stoles one at a time, we are able to focus on the little details that make a quality vestment, such as hand stitching the lining and stole ends. Slight variations may exist between finished product and picture, such as details of the brocade. Due to careful attention to detail, stoles currently have a wait time of 1-2 weeks before they are shipped. If you need the stole shipped sooner, please contact us and we will do everything in our power to accommodate.