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Reference 141.057

Romanesque tabernacle with scene of the Adoration of the Magi

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This Romanesque style tabernacle is available in silver and gold finish. Due to its handmade nature, it is made to order. If you are interested in acquiring this beautiful tabernacle for your parish, chapel or oratory, do not hesitate to contact us.

Romanesque tabernacle with scene of the Adoration of the Magi

Reference 141.057
Romanesque tabernacle in chest style. In the tabernacle the scene of the adoration of the Magi and in the niches two archangels, St. Raphael and St. Michael. Inspired by the reliquary of the Magi of the Cathedral of Cologne, 12th century. Height 53 cm. Width 56 cm. Depth 34 cm. Product upon request. Request information granda@granda.com
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This Romanesque style tabernacle is available in silver and gold finish. Due to its handmade nature, it is made to order. If you are interested in acquiring this beautiful tabernacle for your parish, chapel or oratory, do not hesitate to contact us.

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