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Sarakatsanos Boy Costume

$95.00
SKU COS-644071-6
This outfit is imported from Greece and made by the premiere manufacturer of traditional Greek costumes.  This traditional dancing costume is a favorite amongst dancing troupes and churches.  This outfit ships direct from Greece.  Please allow 1-2 weeks for arrival of outfit.
 
This boy's costume consists of vest, shirt, trousers, and sash.
(Note: The kalpaki and tsarouchia are sold separately.)


Children Sizing Reference:
age
size
height
cm / inches
waist
cm / inches
chest
cm / inches
1-2 years
2
92 / 36
51 / 20
54 / 21
2-3 years
3
98 / 39
52 / 20
56 /22
3-4 years
4
104 / 41
53 / 21
58 / 23
4-6 years
6
116 / 46
56 / 22
62 / 24
6-8 years
8
128 / 50
60 / 24
66 / 26
8-10 years
10
140 / 55
64 / 25
70 / 28
10-12 years
12
152 / 60
68 / 27
76 / 30
12-14 years
14
160 / 63
71 / 28
82 / 32
16 years
16
170 / 67
74 / 29
88 / 35

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Daniel Martin
Great costume and fit!

Fits great on our 10 year old and looks amazing. Thanks again!

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Daniel Martin
Great costume and fit!

Fits great on our 10 year old and looks amazing. Thanks again!

Pascha Candles. Pascha Easter Candles are used in churches in celebration of the Easter Vigil at the Resurrection Service - midnight mass. The candles are used in the ceremonial lighting at midnight. At the Vigil at midnight, the church becomes totally dark representing the tomb of Jesus. The only light comes from an oil candle at the holy altar. A "new fire" is lit and blessed by the priest. The one blessed flame represents the light of Christ coming into the world. The singular flame is then passed parishioner to parishioner and the church becomes lit up with Christ’s light. The tomb is carried outside and around the church (or designated area) three times. Parishioners follow the priest with their lit candles Christ is Risen and the light is a symbol of life trampling upon death (the darkness). “The light of Christ, rising in Glory, dispels the darkness of our hearts and minds.”