Chimeres & Rochets
How to put together a Bishop's Ensemble
An ensemble is comprised of layering different liturgical vestments.
1) Start your ensemble with a clergy cassock. The basic Cassock H-19 is shown in the ensemble pictured.
2) Add a rochet like the Anglican Rochet H-139 (pictured) or Ecumenical Rochet. The Anglican Rochet has shirt-sleeve cuffs and the Ecumenical Rochet is trimmed with lace.
3) Include a Traditional Chimere in your choice of scarlet (H-127), purple (H-126) or black (H-189).
Last, add the black Tippet H-137 to complete the ensemble.
Optionally, you may add a pair of pleated cuffs to the Anglican Rochet in your choice of scarlet (H-140), purple (H-141) or black (H-200). The cuffs attach to the Anglican Rochet sleeves with a button (provided).
Since the Ecumenical Rochet H-138 has lace trimmed sleeves, you would not add pleated cuffs.
The Satin Brass or Stainless Steel Croziers are a distinctive addition.