I found this link on another forum and I wanted to pass it along. Thanks to Ray from Lansford, PA.IIRC, Constantinople just consecrated theirs (ours?). Is this done a common year?
"Here is a really cool video of the consecration of Holy Chrism by Patriarch Kyril of Russia. It is the whole rite including the mixing of the ingredients. Most people don't get to see this ceremony. Watch how he lights the fire.
I know that Constantinople, Russia, Serbia, Romania and the OCA consecrate their own chrism. Who else does? And those who don't, from whom do they get theirs?
I know this is an old discussion, but would like to add to this.
Bulgaria consecrates its own chrism; the late Patriarch Maxim did it many times.
Georgia also consecrates its own chrism, see this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1K6bOZcVnHM
Chrism Sanctified in Svetitskhoveli
2011-04-21 Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia, His Holiness and Beatitude Ilia II has performed the process of sanctifying the Holy chrism at Svetotskhoveli Church in Mtskheta on Holy Thursday today.
Interestingly, Patriarch Kirill has sanctified chrism three times since his enthronement: 2009, 2012, and 2013.