Holy Grail, the oldest of the utensils for Divine Liturgy, symbolizes the glass of the Last Supper. The post-Byzantine Chalices consist of three or four pieces: 1) The Spoon, with a long handle for the offering of the Holy Communion. 2) The Paten, where the Holy Bread is placed during the Divine Liturgy. 3) The Spear, a small functional knife with a handle ending in a cross, with which the Holy Bread is cut. 4) The Asterisk, which consists of two narrow semicircular or convex plates that are joined in the middle forming a cross over the paten. Choose a 24c bronze gold-plated Chalice, a nickel-plated one or a two-tone set.