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Black Funeral Pall for Catholic Requiem Mass

Black Funeral Pall / Funeral Veil with Black orphreys for Catholic Requiem Mass

Product Code :  FP_D09_6BK_5W_IHS
Price                :  $103.99
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This pall is carefully crafted so that the cross patterns on the fabric and the orphreys are uniform. The material of the pall is made of Brocade/Damask Fabric with Cross Designs. The Orphreys is made of high quality Silver polyester fabric with metallic Silver crosses. The edges are lined with Silver fringes. The centre design of IHS is encircled with floral design.

LINING: The Palls are available as lined and unlined.

  • LINED: The interior of the Funeral Pall is lined with matching Satin Fabric. The lining makes the funeral pall a bit heavier.
  • UNLINED: There is no lining for the funeral pall and this makes the chasuble lighter compared to the lined ones.

SIZE: The funeral palls are available in the following sizes: 

  • 6 ft x 8 ft: Width 6 ft & Length 8 ft
  • 6 ft x 9 ft: Width 6 ft & Length 9 ft
  • 7 ft x 9 ft: Width 7 ft & Length 9 ft
  • 7 ft x 10 ft: Width 7 ft & Length 10 ft
  • 8 ft x 10 ft: Width 8 ft & Length 10 ft
  • 8 ft x 12 ft: Width 8 ft & Length 12 ft
  • 10 ft x 16 ft: Width 10 ft & Length 16 ft
  • 12 ft x 16 ft: Width 12 ft & Length 16 ft

A Funeral Pall (also called mortcloth) is a cloth that covers a casket or coffin at funerals. The colour of the pall and use vary depending on religious and cultural traditions. Commonly today palls are pure white, to symbolize the white clothes worn during baptism and the joyful triumph over death brought about by the Resurrection. The colour of the pall is not fixed and may vary with the liturgical season. Traditionally the pall, as well as the vestments of the clergy were black. The pall is often decorated with a cross, often running the whole length of the cloth from end to end in all four directions, signifying the sovereignty of Christ s triumph over sin and death on the cross. (source:

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