This work represents one of the most important utensils in the Orthodox church. The tabernacle, or, in other words, the kivot,is located on the Throne in the Altar and serves as a vessel for the storage of the Holy Gifts for the sacrament of Communion. Its dimensions: height 93 cm, weight 36 kg. It is very heavy because it is completely made of iron. The lower part, the base, is welded from the sheet metal of the five (ie, 5 mm thick) and is decorated with superimposed bricks cut from the same material. Thus, the thickness of the walls is 10 mm. The width of the lower base-line is 19.5 cm, the upper one - 18.5 cm. The shape is a truncated pyramid. Door with canopies of iron fives and lines along the contour. Iron sheds, carved on a lathe. On the contour of its welded iron strips and the Cross in the center. The middle of the design - poles welded from the decorative elements, are connected to the roof and the base by 10 mm bolts. The length of the pillars set on the studs is 28 cm. The coffin is also made of iron. Opens with canopies. The decoration of its surface - soldering, as well as the Cross welded to its roof. The roof is conical, with four sides triangular elements, based on 4 pillars. The outline of the triangle and the cross are the same iron. The windows are a 15 mm black tube and iron strips cut by a Bulgarian and welded with a welding machine. Pattern on the roof - soldered from electrodes. The dome is square from decorative rhombs with cast-iron patterns, ends with a cross of 5-ki iron. The final strokes of the work were grinding and painting with silver aerosol paint. The tabernacle is all silvery, but thanks to the lighting it shimmers and plays in different shades. This is just visible in the photo. The kivot is depicted from the front and back angles.