Tippet (Preaching Scarf)

Tippet (Preaching Scarf)
Product Code: N0065 [ custom-made ]
Price: $89.95


  • a self-lined preaching scarf tailored in the fabric of your choice (black/ purple/ Roman-purple/ scarlet/ white polyester or black poly/wool blend)
  • features 50"-long front panels (hanging below the knee), 7"-wide at square ends
  • a neckline finished with sewn-in pleats


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


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 low temperature.


The ceremonial scarf worn by Anglican priests is called a tippet. The tippet is worn with choir dress and hangs straight down at the front. Ordained clergy wears a black tippet, while licensed readers wear a blue one. In some countries, it is normally simply referred to as a preaching scarf, black scarf, or blue scarf. The tippet is different from the stole, which although often worn like a scarf is a Eucharistic vestment, usually made of a richer material, and varying according to the liturgical color of the day.

Source: WikipediA

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