Wooden throne for Eucharistic exposition, Italy 1870.

Italy second part of the 19th century.

4800 Euro

Throne for Eucharistic exposition. A sort of architectural shrine that was placed on the altar for the exposition of the Eucharist. the monstrance was placed in the center of the throne which in turn was placed on the tabernacle or on the highest step of the altar or, in the absence of these elements, directly on the table. In Neo-Gothic style, made of fruit wood, worked in openwork. The plan is cross-shaped and shows three flights of stairs leading to the rise. Three groups of flower-topped pillars support each corner of the model. The upper part is a lantern, decorated with pinnacles at the base and a large pinnacle at the top. The rear wall has a rose window. Original patina. Italy second part of the 19th century.

37” – 94 CM H 18,75” – 48 CM L 15,75” – 40 CM D

REF: M5702

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