chrismatory (plural chrismatories)
- Part of a church set aside for the rite of confirmation.
- A globular ampulla or jar used to hold chrism.
2007 October 19, Karen Rosenberg, “Sacred Works in Secular Places”, in New York Times:
- Like the pleurant an Anglo-Saxon chrismatory (a container for items used in the sacraments) from the eighth or ninth century is a wonder of survival and craftsmanship.