Illinois Prairie Devotional Set
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List Price: $10,171.00
Our Price: $8,099.95
You Save: $2,071.05

Availability: Usually Ships in 1 to 6 Weeks


Prayer Rail Fabric

Prayer Rail Fabric Color
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Candlestick Electrification

The Illinois Prairie Devotional Set by Church & Chapel Metal Arts. This all oak wood group is beautifully designed to compliment any funeral home. The prairie style post gives this set a sophisticated unique look. Constructed of all oak wood with bronze finished metal highlights. Floral pedestals are 36" high and constructed of solid maple with an English oak finish. The prayer rail is upholstered with velvet fabric that is protected by Scotchguard and is available in the following nine colors: Burgundy, Navy, Blue, Green, Hunter, Beige, Mauve, Gold, Brown. Floral vases not included.

Included in the Illinois Prairie Devotional Set

  • 1 Prayer Rail with your choice of velvet fabric color (CC-5227)
  • 2 Candlesticks (CC-5229)
  • 1 Mass Card Holder without springs (CC-5231)
  • 1 Traditional Crucifix (CC-5231)
  • 1 Risen Christ Crucifix (CC-5235)
  • 2 Pedestals / Plant Stands (CB-6836)

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    Church & Chapel's products usually ship in 1 to 6 weeks depending on availability. Please call us before ordering if you need to know a more accurate shipping date for this product.

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