in Scotland combines ancient and contemporary elements, but with an emphasis on a marked medieval character. GRANDA designed and crafted various elements to complement the medieval aspect of the chapel. These includes the altar, the stained-glass windows, a crucified Christ and the religious gold and silverware. The altar, made of stone, is quite simple. The mensa is supported by two columns of Romanesque inspiration. The casket style tabernacle, decorated with blue champlevé enamels, is placed on the altar. Both with its shape and artisanal techniques, the tabernacle follows late medieval precedent from Limoges. On one wall, we find a neo-Romanesque carving of the crucified Christ. The background for this sculpture is a Celtic-style intertwining.
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At Granda we seek to encourage devotion. Personalizing each piece and giving unity to all the elements helps to inculturation, to transmit the message and to move the devotion of the faithful.
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