Silk Streamers

Silk Ring Streamers

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Silk Ring Streamer

NEW STYLE!  This streamer functions with a ring instead of a rod.  Just slip the metal ring over a comfortable finger and your streamer is ready to use!  Featherweight 5mm silk, hand-dyed, square size 35" X 35".  The pictured streamer held by a dancer is Hyssop.  Streamers can be ordered in any of the color patterns below (which have the same color symbolism as our silk streamers with rods.)  Price shown is for one streamer; to order a pair, choose two.  Hand dyed items can take 2-3 weeks to ship.  If you need your order by a certain date, just email and let us know at the time you place your order.  
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Warfare of Intimacy
Warfare of Intimacy
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War in the Heavenlies
War in the Heavenlies
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Healing Touch
Healing Touch
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Healing Leaves
Healing Leaves
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Intercession
Intercession
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King of Glory
King of Glory
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Light of Glory
Light of Glory
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Consuming Fire
Consuming Fire
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Blood of the Lamb
Blood of the Lamb
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Dove White
Dove White

Square cloths made of silk, cotton, or linen, were personal items used historically.  They were called handkerchiefs, kerchiefs, bandanas, and babushka scarves.  The smaller pieces of cloth would be used for wiping one's face, hands, nose; and the larger pieces would be worn about the neck or head.  In the middle ages, knights wore them on their arms as a communication between lovers.  In earlier times, handkerchiefs or scarves would be waved or thrown into the air to demonstrate honor and approval of royalty.  Christian tradition likens the burial face cloth of Jesus to one of these handkerchief type cloths.  John makes a distinction between the larger shroud which wrapped Jesus' body and a smaller face cloth.  "Then Simon Peter came, following him, and entered into the tomb. He saw the linen cloths lying, and the cloth that had been on his head, not lying with the linen cloths, but rolled up in a place by itself." (Jn 20:6-7 Web)  This cloth was believed to have been used to clean and cover the face of Jesus after the crucifixion.  The size is thought to have been around 34" x 21".  (See also Jn 11:44)  Paul's personal handkerchief appears in the New Testament as a cloth used supernaturally for healing and cleansing.  "God worked special miracles by the hands of Paul, so that even handkerchiefs or aprons (scarves) were carried away from his body to the sick, and the diseases departed from them, and the evil spirits went out." (Acts 19:11-15 Web)  [See sudarion or sudarium.]