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            Custom Copes (46)

            Our beautiful bespoke clerical copes are sewn by hand in our London workroom and are truly unique pieces which encapsulate the Watts & Co. vision. The choice of fabrics and trimmings is entirely customisable and there are several different hood shapes to choose from. We also offer a bespoke embroidery service. Our wealth of experience combined with the highest levels of craftsmanship ensure that every cope is an exceptional piece. Our copes are often made as individual pieces with matching stoles, but can also be made to complement a Mass set. We are always happy to guide you through the choice of shapes, fabrics and trimmings and to advise on cost. Below are some examples of projects we have completed in the past; you may find them helpful to use as a basis for your own cope. 

            Embroidered Cathedral Cope in Royal Purple/Gilt Gothic with Cream/Gold Holbein Orphreys

            Cathedral Cope in White/Gold/Blue Comper Strawberry with Gold Outline Orphreys

            Westminster Cope in Oyster Bellini with Blue Bellini Orphreys

            Abbey Cope in Blue Bellini with Comper Purple Gothic Orphreys

            Westminster Cope in Black Melrose with Black/Silver Fairford Orphreys

            Minster Cope in Royal Purple Gothic with Royal Purple/Gold Gothic Orphreys

            Cathedral Cope in Purple Gainford with Purple Velvet Orphreys

            Cathedral Cope in Cream/Gold Holbein with Red Aragon Orphreys

            Minster Cope in Green Bellini with Green Memlinc Orphreys

            Handmade in England in our Westminster showroom, these ecclesiastical garments are unparalleled in the quality of their construction. The extraordinary care taken in the making of the vestments begins with the weaving of the fabrics in our mill in the heart of England and the sourcing of braids and trimmings from the highest quality manufacturers. Our copes will play their part in ensuring the solemnity and beauty of all liturgical celebrations.

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