Gold Plated Ewer

Item Number: K217G |
gold plated ewer and basin, set or separately

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A lavabo is a device used to provide water. In ecclesiastical usage it is the basin in which the priest washes his hands after preparing the Altar before saying Mass.

The name Lavabo ("I shall wash") is derived from the words of the 26th Psalm, which the celebrant is directed in the Missal to recite during the ceremony; "I will wash my hands in innocency, O Lord, and so will I go to Thine altar." As he says this, he ritually rinses his hands in water, usually assisted by an altar server. This part of the mass is referred to as the Lavabo.

Traditional gold plated ewer and basin are available as a set or can be purchased separately. Ewer measures 8" in height and holds 22 oz. Basin measures 2" high and has an 8" diameter.

Made in USA.
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