Ecclesiastical Carpets

The Ecclesiastical Carpets that decorate the interior of Holy Temples usually carry rich symbolism and are associated with the elevated spirituality of the congregation. Especially for Bishops, Ecclesiastical Carpets, beyond their functionality, offer a sense of protection and represent the grace of the Holy Spirit that has been given to them to celebrate the Holy Mysteries of the Church.

The Ecclesiastical Carpets of our collection offer propriety to all areas of the Holy Temple where Priests and congregation gather to praise the Word of God. Consequently, the bright colors of the carpets, as well as the threads with which they are made, are resistant to heavy use, while at the same time, they are easy to clean as they are washable.

The designs traditionally chosen for the Ecclesiastical Carpets come from Byzantine art with the main figures being the Double-headed Eagle and the Peacocks, which fit perfectly with the rest of the decoration of each Church.

You can choose between Classic Ecclesiastical Carpets, Runners for the corridors of the Holy Temple, as well as Sets of Ecclesiastical Carpets for the Altar.

All carpets in our catalog are antimicrobial, anti-allergic and anti-static.

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Fr. John Sommer

"...After a very long day caring for my three grandchildren, my wife and daughter and I arrived home to find a very tidy, compact crate sitting on our doorstep. I felt as if I didn't want to open it at first, fearing I had possibly ordered the wrong thing or the item would be damaged. But,as usual, my wife Presbytera Elizabeth could not wait any longer and we both opened the crate. What a joy it was to see the font exactly as I had envisioned without one scratch or dent on it. Glory be to God! Your packaging was PERFECT and protected everything beautifully. I cannot thank you enough for caring for our humble needs in such a personal way. God bless you for your labors. I will sneak the font into the church so that everyone can share the surprise and joy upon seeing it for the first time. And thank your craftsmen who hammered and turned the copper so beautifully. Everything is beautiful! Thank you again and again...."

November 11, 2010