Quibus ita dispositis, accedit ad paramenta, quae non debent esse lacera,
aut scissa, sed integra, et decenter munda, ac pulchra.
(Ritus Servandus, I, §2)
The Bourbon’s silk
The Tradition of the Catholic Church has always considered silk the most suitable material for the making of liturgical vestments, due to its undisputed value. Holy Mother Church has also allowed the use of materials other than silk, but only “because of poverty” (ratione paupertatis) or “by reason of value” (ratione pretiositatis).
Faithful to ecclesiastical dictates, Fiducia Tantum’s main production are silk vestments.
In addition, to ensure the quality of our fabrics, we at Fiducia Tantum have chosen as our official supplier the Colonia Serica of San Leucio, which is the historical silk producer of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
Fiducia Tantum vestments are often made precious not only by their fabrics, but also by decorative inserts that customers can choose: hand embroidered blazons and arms, gold lace, precious gallons of different sizes, damask inserts and much more.
Beyond plain silk
Fiducia Tantum prefers the most noble fabrics.
In addition to plain silk, it makes full use of all the precious materials that the textile world can offer.
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