An ileton is the cover for the antiminsion. I make mine from two layers of burgundy satin sewn together so that the particles will easily brush off (ileton made from cotton can cause particles to stick to the surface of the ileton). Because each jurisdiction has a different-sized antiminsion, please specify jurisdiction when ordering (GOA, Antiochian, OCA, etc.). Price $35 each plus $5 shipping
Communion cloths (“kalimata”)
My communion cloths are made from a very absorbent 100%, wine-colored cotton. They have a gold cross embroidered in one corner so that they are not mistaken for napkins. The size is 19.5” x 19.5”. Price $12.50 each plus $5 shipping per order. Care of Communion cloths: I recommend keeping soiled communion cloths in a mesh bag in the sacristy until you are ready to launder them in the prescribed manner. If the moisture in the fabric is allowed to evaporate, there will be less chance of staining.
I offer 3-inch wide Gospel Markers in a variety of designs. Price $20 each
These are available in packages of 10 for $25 and include a variety of galloon widths and designs. Each bookmark end is finished neatly. These make excellent small gift items for church bookstores.
Wide-mouthed, pharmaceutical-grade amber bottles that fit in communion kits. Also work well for distributing holy oil. Price $1 each
The Savanon is the garment worn by the bishop to protect his vestments during a consecration and then cut up and distributed after the Divine Liturgy. Price $150 (linen)
The Katasarkion is the 100% linen, “baptismal garment” of the altar and is placed upon the altar at the time of consecration and never removed. It fits over the edges of the altar by 4-5” and is finished with a drawstring casing and cording to tie it to the altar. Prices vary on size of altar.
Every set of vestments I make comes with a complimentary vestment cover, which is a 39-inch square piece of heavy poplin finished with a ribbon in one corner. Additional covers may be purchased with color-coded ribbons. Price $20 each
I offer a wide variety of brocades and colors of this very useful item. I recommend that every priest has a visitation epitrachelion in his collection in case of loss or theft while making visitations (which has happened to several of my clients, thereby depriving them of the epitrachelion for a specific set of vestments). All visitation epitrachelia come with a storage
Cotton, machine-embroidered bag for taking antidoron home or to loved ones.
Price: $8 plus $2 shipping (please specify Design 1 or Design 2)