Pendant in the shape of an egg with paisley, inspired by paislies decorating the vestments of the emperors and the clerics. This gold-plated 24K brass pendant is designed and crafted by hand and it is hanging from a suede cord, in order to present to you a unique jewel for Easter. A present that will be remembered for it's fine shape and style.
Dimensions: 3,5cm x 5cm
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Vestments were used since the Byzantine era, and they were the garments of the emperors and of the clerics. In post byzantine era, these clothes were used only by the clerics. They were also used to cover themissals and the covers of the Holy Table and in general, as decorative curtains, that are used in the decoration of the temples.
Vestments are liturgical garments and articles associated primarily with the Christian religion and they are used by the clerics during the Divine Liturgy. They are used by any member of the clergy of whatever rank and are insignia of the ecclesiastical hierarchy and authority. In their original form, but also throughout the course of their evolution, they were influenced primarily by the secular garb of the high society of the Roman, Byzantine and post-Byzantine era.
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