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The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church.



MA022

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop, but may also be awarded to archpriests and archimandrites (a crown without a cross on top).


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in crimson. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also it is adorned with ceramic icons (5 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ Pantocrator and the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

RED is the color of the the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the tongues of fire at Pentecost, and is also the color of the blood of the martyrs. It is used at Nativity, on the Feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and for Martyrs.



MA027

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in crimson. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color Significance:

RED is the color of the the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the tongues of fire at Pentecost, and is also the color of the blood of the martyrs. It is used at Nativity, on the Feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and for Martyrs.



MA020

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in crimson. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ Pantocrator, Theotokos, St. John the Baptist and the Crucifixion cross. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

RED is the color of the the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the tongues of fire at Pentecost, and is also the color of the blood of the martyrs. It is used at Nativity, on the Feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and for Martyrs.




MA024

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop, but may also be awarded to archpriests and archimandrites (a crown without a cross on top).


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in green. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with embroidered crosses and religious figures, and stones in different colors. Also it is adorned with ceramic icons (5 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ Pantocrator and the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

GREEN is the color of life, nature and of growth. It is used at Pentecost to symbolize the beginning of the life of the Church. It is also used at feasts of certain saints -- particularly of monk saints, who dwelt in the wilderness.




MA025

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop, but may also be awarded to archpriests and archimandrites (a crown without a cross on top).


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in crimson. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with embroidered crosses and religious figures, and stones in different colors. Also it is adorned with ceramic icons (5 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ and the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

RED is the color of the the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the tongues of fire at Pentecost, and is also the color of the blood of the martyrs. It is used at Nativity, on the Feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and for Martyrs.



MA023

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop, but may also be awarded to archpriests and archimandrites (a crown without a cross on top).


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality silk-brocade textile in golden. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also it is adorned with ceramic icons (5 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ Pantocrator and the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

GOLD reminds of the heavenly Jerusalem: "and the city was pure gold" - Rev. 21:18. Gold or white are used for Sundays (each Sunday represents the Resurrection). It is also the color of feast days and holy days.



MA026


Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality silk-brocade in golden. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color Significance:

GOLD reminds of the heavenly Jerusalem: "and the city was pure gold" - Rev. 21:18. Gold or white are used for Sundays (each Sunday represents the Resurrection). It is also the color of feast days and holy days.



MA031

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality silk-brocade in golden. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Christ Pantocrator, Theotokos, St. John the Baptist and the Crucifixion cross. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

GOLD reminds of the heavenly Jerusalem: "and the city was pure gold" - Rev. 21:18. Gold or white are used for Sundays (each Sunday represents the Resurrection). It is also the color of feast days and holy days.



MA030

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in indigo. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

BLUE is the traditional color of the Mother of God, as she is the Queen of Heaven. Blue is used for feasts of the Mother of God.



MA019

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality velvet in red. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

RED is the color of the the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the tongues of fire at Pentecost, and is also the color of the blood of the martyrs. It is used at Nativity, on the Feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and for Martyrs.



MA029

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality silk-brocade in white. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

WHITE/ IVORY is the color of the Holy Trinity, of our Lord and of purity and joy. It is used during Christmastide, Epiphanytide, Eastertide, Ascensiontide, the Transfiguration, All Saints Day and its Octave, and on Independence Day and Thanksgiving Day, and the feasts of saints who were not martyrs. It is also used on great festival occasions and for weddings. It may be used for consecration of a Bishop, ordination of a Priest or Deacon and Confirmation, the alternative being red.



MA032

Description: The miter is a traditional, ceremonial head-dress for bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy. The crown is worn on the head during Divine Liturgy and represents Christ the King. The MITRE (Gr. Mitra) serves as an emblem of power bestowed upon a minister of the Church. The mitra is properly worn by the bishop.


This mitre is a brand new Eastern Orthodox Bishop's head covering that appears in the shape of a crown. It is made of high-quality silk-brocade in white. It weights approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs). The bishop's mitre is fully-lined inside for comfort. The 1 1/2" wide inside band at the bottom (made of velour or leather) allows some minor circumference adjustments for best fitting.


This bishop's mitre is richly ornamented with golden metallic-thread embroideries and stones in different colors. Also each crown is adorned with ceramic icons (4 pcs, full color printings with golden halos) depicting the Evangelists. Each mitra worn by the bishop is surmounted by a brass cross (dimensions: 1 1/6" x 2"), which is encrusted with stones. Each crown comes in a tubular black leather box.


Because this mitre is made-to-order and because of the elaborate design and handwork, it takes 30 to 45 days for work completion. To ensure the safe transportation, each bishop's crown is shipped in a custom-made wooden box via COURIER SERVICE ONLY (express delivery from Europe takes 5 to 8 business days).


Size: Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements.

Please check our measurement diagram and view carefully before measuring. For more precise tailoring, we highly recommend that you have your measurements done by a professional (in your local alterations shop). The head girth is taken at the point that your hat will be positioned when wearing, e.g. above your ears and your eyebrows:

Your hat size:

Head circumference:


Color significance:

WHITE/ IVORY is the color of the Holy Trinity, of our Lord and of purity and joy. It is used during Christmastide, Epiphanytide, Eastertide, Ascensiontide, the Transfiguration, All Saints Day and its Octave, and on Independence Day and Thanksgiving Day, and the feasts of saints who were not martyrs. It is also used on great festival occasions and for weddings. It may be used for consecration of a Bishop, ordination of a Priest or Deacon and Confirmation, the alternative being red.