Wood Sculpture Statue

Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church


Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church

Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church  Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church
Add this shop to my favorites. Carved wooden statue representing St.

Lucia holding the palm of martyrdom, of the eighteenth century. This statue is in good condition. A note: some small accidents on the wood (cf red arrows), some cracks and small holes, wear of time. Sicilian Virgin, martyred in syracuse, in 304 under diocletian.

She had made the pilgrimage to Catania on the tomb of St. Agatha; after the mother's healing, she distributed all her fortune to the poor.

Denounced as Christian by her fiancé, her throat was pierced by a sword. His cult is introduced in Rome as early as the third century.

Around the year 1000, relics of the saint are brought in Lorraine by thierry, bishop of metz. Iconography: Saint Lucia has three kinds of attributes: the sword of her martyrdom; two eyes on a tray; a simple palm. (extract \Attention: for delivery contact us with city and country of destination. Height: 101.5 cm width: approx. 35 cm base: 32 cm x 23 cm. The item \The seller is \This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.
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    Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church  Statue Sculpture Wood Saint Lucia Palm Martyr Eighteenth Century Church