An opportunity for vestment makers everywhere, from Reuters:
Both Siffi and Medlin are involved in de facto traditionalist “matchmaking”, linking people who have old vestments or other paraphernalia with those seeking them.
After the changes in the 1960s and 1970s much of the material was thrown out, sold to antiquarians or stashed away in dusty cupboards of rectories or church attics.
“Gradually, these objects are being made available for use again,” said Medlin.
One hard-to-find item is the “burse”: a stiff, cardboard pocket between nine and twelve inches square. It must be covered in silk and of a color to match the mass vestments.
The burse, which fell out of use after the Second Vatican Council, is effectively a pouch which holds the “corporal”, a square piece of white linen cloth on which the chalice is placed during the mass.
Another piece of paraphernalia now being sought is the “maniple”, a napkin-like vestment which hangs from the priest’s left forearm during mass.