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Antique Vtg Catholic Church Religious Banner Young Jesus Holy Name Society 43H


VINTAGE CATHOLIC CHURCH RELIGIOUS BANNER, YOUNG JESUS PAINTED ON CANVAS MEDALLION, WITH EMBROIDERY SUNBURST AND GOLD COLORED FRINGE, SOME DAMAGE BUT STILL AN INTERESTING OLD RELIGIOUS BANNER. Age – mid 20th Century. Size – 43″H x 26″W. Condition – used condition with damage, banner has watermarks, and center medallion has some creases and rubs to [Continue]

Antique 1700s Wood Polychrome Religious Architectural Fragment Church EYE OF GOD


Antique 1700’s Wood Polychrome Religious Architectural Fragment from French Church, EYE OF GOD. Base in red velvet. From an old church in France. Maybe even be older than the 1700’s.. May be from the 1600’s. Made of hand carved wood, polychrome and gold gilding. Measures 21″ tall and 13.4″ wide. In good condition considering the [Continue]

Renaissance Antique Church Wood carved religious Christmas Nativity relief Icon


Beautiful + Authentic European / Italian Renaissance 15th to 17th century + Hand wood carved Large Holy Christmas Nativity Icon Relief + Museum Quality + Worthy of Sacred Use! Measures Impressive 53.0″ tall by 35.0″ wide by 5.0 wide. A Work of religious Art in Wood. Beautifully detailed with unique polychrome color! Condition report: Being [Continue]

LARGE antique polished brass memorial religious church altar cross table lamp


Up for sale is a very large antique polished brass religious church altar cross table lamp. It’s made of extremely thick polished brass, is very heavy, and is a memorial engraved piece. There has engraved memorial detail on the back of the base and is wired with electricity on the backside. It holds a candelabra [Continue]

Antique Crown Church Virgin Rhinestone Religious Jewelry Women’s Rare Old 19th


Preserving its allure through the ages, this crown is in good condition, bearing witness to the skilled hands that created it and the devotion that has surrounded it throughout history. As a significant piece of religious art, it not only enhances the visual splendor of sacred spaces but also serves as a link to the [Continue]