Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson)

Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson)
Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson) Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson) Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson) Greek-Style Outer Cassock with Broad Sleeves (Exorasson)
Product Code: N0022 [ custom-made ]
Price: $189.95
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TAILORING FEATURES >>>

  • an unlined riassa, hand-tailored in the face material of your choice
  • front view: a functional button closure at collar in the style of your choice (two-buttoned closure or concealed-buttoned closure) 
  • on the sides: right and left slits down close to the feet (for comfortable movement)
  • wide sleeves underlined with satin band at cuffs

OPTIONAL FEATURES >>>

  • embroidery along the collar
  • pre-washing for natural fabric (provides you with the option of washing the finished item in lieu of dry-cleaning)

SIZING >>>

Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements. To submit your measurements online, please visit the Liturgix measurement diagram.


CLEANING AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS >>>

Wash at low temperatures, using weak detergents. DO NOT BLEACH.
Dry in an aired space and not exposed to direct sunlight (black dye fades).
Ironing: Use the temperature recommended for the fabric selected.


PRODUCT INCLUDES >>>

This Greek-style cassock (Russian: ряса ryasa or riassa, Ukrainian: ряса ryasa, Greek: εξώρασον, ράσον exorason) is a voluminous, floor-length long garment, loosely fitting, with very large sleeves worn over the inner cassock by bishops, priests, deacons, and monastics as their regular outer wear. In the Greek tradition, however, chanters may wear it in church, usually with no inner cassock beneath but directly over secular clothing. The outer cassock should be worn by a priest celebrating a service such as Vespers where the rubrics call for him to be less than fully vested, but it is not worn by any clergy beneath the sticharion. It may be worn with the bottoms of the sleeves turned back, which are sometimes faced in a contrasting color. The Greek version tends to be somewhat lighter weight and more fully cut than the Russian. The outer cassock symbolizes the expiration of a clergyman in this world, and his burial and subsequent dedication to God and the Heavenly Kingdom. Over the exorason the bishop wears a panagia and a cross, while a priest wears only a cross.
Source: WikipediA

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