A Cope is a long cloak worn by priests and bishops at certain religious rites. Open in front, like a mantle, it reaches to the floor and is fastened on the breast with a clasp. It is worn in processions, at Benediction, and at other solemn offices, Mass excepted. The Cope was adapted from the Cappa Chorales (“Choir Mantle”), a hooded vestment worn by Clergy in Choir services. The back of this vestment bears three different motifs IHS, CHI RHO, AGNUS DEI with unique designs. The material of the garment is made of Church Brocade. This grand vestment has affluent golden embroidery with the alluring orphrey and motif. The hood of the Cope is embroidered with metallic gold yarns. It comprises beautiful matching stole.