Stole In The Saint Alexander of Alexandria Vestment Collection
Brand Ecclesiastical Sewing
This style of stole is named in honor of Saint Alexander of Alexandria. It is a pastoral stole or priestly stole, made from Fairford Brocade as the
The Saint Ambrose Style of stole is a priestly or pastoral stole, made from the magnificent liturgical Fairford brocade in solid colors and Fairford Two-Tone for the orphrey band. The orphrey bands are edges with a galloon trim. There is a gold cross at the neckline and tassels can be selected to adorn the bottom edges. The stoles are lined with satin lining fabric, and have a small chain at the back neckline to help the stole sit back from the neck by a small amount. These are not mass produced stoles, but quality handcrafted vestments that are made to be worn and last for years with proper care.
Available color: Ivory
Width: 4 1/2"
Length: 53" excluding tassels
Fiber content: Face fabric 60% Cotton, 40% Viscose, exclusive of trim; 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. 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.
If you have a custom stole request, please feel free to email us using the contact page located at the bottom of the website.