I came across this on wikipedia, and based on the description alone, i couldnt match it to anything our hierarchs wear? Just wondering what it is?
Coptic Orthodox hierarchs (Patriarch, Metropolitans and Bishops) wear the omophor, usually folded, due to its large width. It is white in colour, with extensive ornamental embroidery. It is wider than its Byzantine counterpart, wrapped over the head over the monastic Kouklion, then crossed from the front over the chest, wrapped again from the back, crossed over the back by the waist level, then over the shoulders, then coming straight down, tucked under the frontal (over the chest) crossed wrapping. It is called a Ballin, and it is almost the double the length of the Byzantine Omophor.