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Chasuble device sizing

Need a general idea of the size of the device one should order for the front and back of a chasuble.

Thank you.

Dennis R. Murphy

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Aug 09, 2011
Do You Mean the Vesica?
by: Lynne Green


Are you talking about the vesica? The design often attached to the back of the chasuble? If so, a vesica is usually about six to eight inches long and about four or five inches wide.

You do not need to put a vesica on the front of the chasuble by the way, but only on the back.

A vesica can be any liturgical design, from a cross to an embroidered Lamb of God. Any design that represents a season in the church.

Hope this helps and God bless,

Lynne Green

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