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Kiss Of Peace, Plaque Copper Repoussé XVII
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"Kiss Of Peace, Plaque Copper Repoussé XVII"
Copper plaque repoussé with brown patina, in very high relief, representing Christ on the cross in an oval and domed cartouche, surrounded by a laurel wreath in the middle of a very dense rock and floral decoration, surmounted by a XVIIth cross century. A fixing slot at the bottom and a hanging ring on the back, good condition for a "utility" object. H: 28 cm - W: 15 cm The osculatory, from the Latin osculum (the kiss), more commonly known as kiss of peace, instrument of peace or Agnus Dei, is an object used in a voluntary way in the Catholic liturgy, of use During the celebration of the Eucharist, the kiss of peace is the liturgical rite that precedes sacramental communion. Depending on the country, the customs and the Christian sensibilities, by a hug, a handshake or on an oscillatory. It is a small object of noble material, whose shape, variable, generally has a rectilinear base which makes it possible to make it stand up by pressing it on a handle, fixed on the back, intended to facilitate the gripping. On the front of the object is a religious representation that recalls the meaning of the rite and the origin of the peace it transmits; most often it is Christ on the cross, the Lamb of God, the Sacred Heart of Jesus or a representation of the Nativity
Price : 480 €
Period:17th century
Style:Louis 14th, Regency
Condition : Bon état d'usage

Material : Cuivre

Reference : 382804
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Fourrel de Frettes
Antiquites de le Breche, Bazas 33430
Kiss Of Peace, Plaque Copper Repoussé XVII
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