Spectacular Antique Large Passionist Cross Multi Reliquary 15 Holy Land Relics flag


Object description :

"Spectacular Antique Large Passionist Cross Multi Reliquary 15 Holy Land Relics"
Extremely rare and magnificent Passionist reliquary cross from the 19th century, in blackened wood, altar cross on a base, decorated in its center with a resplendent Sacred Heart, containing 15 relics, under glass, here are the details
Nativity of Our Lord: This refers to the birthplace of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, traditionally marked by the Church of the Nativity.

House of Loreto: The House of Loreto is believed to be the Holy Family's home in Nazareth, which was miraculously transported to Loreto, Italy, according to tradition.

Most Holy Cenacle: The Cenacle, also known as the Upper Room, is where Jesus held the Last Supper with his disciples. It's a significant site for the institution of the Eucharist.

Mount Calvary: Also known as Golgotha, this is the hill where Jesus was crucified, a central event in the Passion.

Mount Tabor: Mount Tabor is traditionally believed to be the site of the Transfiguration, where Jesus' appearance changed before Peter, James, and John.

Tomb of the Holy Virgin: This refers to the traditional burial place of the Virgin Mary, although the exact location is disputed.

Mount of the Ascension: This is where Jesus ascended into heaven 40 days after his resurrection, according to Christian tradition.

Mount Carmel: Mount Carmel is associated with the prophet Elijah and has religious significance in Christianity.

Gethsemane: The Garden of Gethsemane is where Jesus prayed before his arrest, and it's where he was betrayed by Judas Iscariot.

Brook of Kidron: The Kidron Valley is the site where Jesus and his disciples crossed after the Last Supper, heading towards the Garden of Gethsemane.

Prison of Calvary: This could refer to the prison or holding area where Jesus may have been detained before his crucifixion.

Lithostrotos: This term is associated with the "pavement" or "pavement of stones" mentioned in the Bible, believed to be where Jesus was presented to the crowd before his crucifixion.

Column of the Flagellation: This is where Jesus was flogged or scourged before his crucifixion.

Ecce Homo: "Ecce Homo" is Latin for "Behold the Man." It refers to the place where Pontius Pilate presented Jesus to the crowd, saying these words.

Sepulcher of Our Lord: This is the traditional burial site of Jesus Christ, now marked by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

These are all significant locations in the Passion narrative of Jesus Christ, and relics associated with them hold great religious importance for Christians.



           Condition: It is in a very nice antique condition, see pictures. The wood is sound,                                          without any missing parts, the glass is intact, only the small golden paper                                    trims around the glass have some missing parts
             
     Dimensions:  Height  25", 63.5 cm, 
                           width  13 3/16", 33.5 cm,
                          depth  4 1/8", 10.5 cm.
Price: 1 799 €
credit
Period: 19th century
Style: Renaissance, Louis 13th
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Painted wood
Height: 63,5

Reference: 1195808
Contact Dealer
line

"4LBT" See more objects from this dealer

line

"Christian Art, Renaissance, Louis 13th"

More objects on Proantic.com
Subscribe to newsletter
line
facebook
pinterest
instagram
4LBT
Tableaux , Mobilier et objets d'art
Spectacular Antique Large Passionist Cross Multi Reliquary 15 Holy Land Relics
1195808-main-650a9baf9d21e.jpg
06 22 14 02 09
06 22 14 02 09


*We will send you a confirmation email from info@proantic.com Please check your messages, including the spam folder.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form