Like the imagined asterisk, iconostasis, discos, etc., that were brought into the church out of thin air?
Oh wait, my "imagined church".
"Out of thin air"? How do you imagine
the early Christians handled the Eucharist? Maybe baskets or plastic containers? Or did they only touch it with their bare hands? Was there a pile of bread on a plain table and a cup nearby?
I presume you already know everything there is to know about what kind of vessels and cutlery they used throughout the Roman world in the first century AD.
When do you suppose the Jews invented their seder plates? Were they not commanded to borrow gold and silver vessels from the Egyptians? What about the precious objects in the temple?