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Spiritual

Religion and spiritual life are often represented by handcrafted objects that are integral to long-held traditions. A coral ciborium, a paper urn, a solid silver chalice and paten, and an embroidered tunic worn during Spanish Holy Week feature among this selection of spiritual items.

Silversmith
Macau, France
Chalice and Paten
Roland Daraspe
Embroiderer
Seville, Spain
Toca de sobre manto (veil)
Francisco Carrera Iglesias (Paquili)
Embroiderer
Seville, Spain
Tunic for the Hermandad del Baratillo Brotherhood
Francisco Carrera Iglesias (Paquili)
Embroiderer
Seville, Spain
Saya esperanza macarena
Francisco Carrera Iglesias (Paquili)
Embroiderer
Seville, Spain
Manto de los afligidos
Francisco Carrera Iglesias (Paquili)
Basketweaver
Wapse, Netherlands
Urns
Esmé Hofman
Papermaker
Leipzig, Germany
Kreuz (Cross) urn
Kristina Rothe
Papermaker
Leipzig, Germany
Kreuz (Cross) urn
Kristina Rothe
Papermaker
Leipzig, Germany
Raute (Diamond) urn
Kristina Rothe
Papermaker
Leipzig, Germany
Streifen (Stripes) urn
Kristina Rothe
Papermaker
Leipzig, Germany
Karo urn
Kristina Rothe
Embroiderer
Moscow, Russia
Podea
Yarina Nikolayeva
Goldsmith
Seville, Spain
Gold plated silver ciborium
José & Pedro Ramos
Goldsmith
Seville, Spain
Replica of the small temple Templete del Triunfo in the Plaza del Triunfo, Seville
José & Pedro Ramos
Goldsmith
Seville, Spain
San Francisco de Sales
José & Pedro Ramos
Coral sculptor
Trapani, Italy
Ciborium
Platimiro Fiorenza
Coral sculptor
Trapani, Italy
Nativity
Platimiro Fiorenza
Leatherworker
Castilblanco de los Arroyos, Spain
Tapas para reglas de hermandad
Javier Menacho Guisado
Beadworker
St. Petersburg, Russia
Heavenly collection
Irina Veselova
Beadworker
St. Petersburg, Russia
Byzantium collection
Irina Veselova
Beadworker
St. Petersburg, Russia
Premium
Irina Veselova
Beadworker
St. Petersburg, Russia
Pink collection
Irina Veselova
Metalworker
Paris, France
Tabernacle
Jim de Missolz
Sculpture restorer
Palermo, Italy
Santa Rosalia
Rossella Palazzolo
Cabinetmaker
Zagreb, Croatia
Urn
Sanja Rotter
Ceramicist
Espoo, Finland
Grey urn
Nathalie Frédérique Lautenbacher
Woodcarver
Nouaillé-Maupertuis, France
Vierge à L’Enfant
Lionel Fernandes
Filigree maker
Kraljevo, Serbia
Reliquary box
Goran Ristovic Pokimica
Filigree maker
Kraljevo, Serbia
Altar oil lamp
Goran Ristovic Pokimica
Filigree maker
Kraljevo, Serbia
Eucharistic set
Goran Ristovic Pokimica
Filigree maker
Kraljevo, Serbia
Holy Gospel
Goran Ristovic Pokimica
Filigree maker
Kraljevo, Serbia
Hand blessing cross
Goran Ristovic Pokimica
Flower designer
Singapore, Singapore
Roses, Marigold & Jasmine garland
Jayaselvam R.
Flower designer
Singapore, Singapore
Arali Kathambam ball
Jayaselvam R.
Flower designer
Singapore, Singapore
Jasmine ball
Jayaselvam R.
Wood sculptor
Singapore, Singapore
Xuan Tian Shang Di effigy
Raymond Ng Yeow Hua
Wood sculptor
Singapore, Singapore
Xuan Tian Shang Di effigy
Raymond Ng Yeow Hua
Wood sculptor
Singapore, Singapore
Hu Ye effigy 'the Tiger God'
Raymond Ng Yeow Hua
Bellfounder
Uji, Japan
Lotus gong
Kazuya Nanjo
Bellfounder
Uji, Japan
Kanzaburo Bell
Kazuya Nanjo
Bellfounder
Uji, Japan
LinNe Chibi (tiny bells)
Kazuya Nanjo
Bellfounder
Uji, Japan
LinNe Myo (hou)
Kazuya Nanjo
Bellfounder
Uji, Japan
LinNe Myo (sui)
Kazuya Nanjo
Calligrapher
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
My Lord, make my chest wide
Hazim Numanagić
Calligrapher
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Foundation of faith
Hazim Numanagić
Calligrapher
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Quote from hadith
Hazim Numanagić
Calligrapher
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Names of God
Hazim Numanagić
Weaver
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo-style wooden clappers
Takashi & Ryuta Fukuda
Blacksmith
Gyumri, Armenia
A church candle table
Hovhannes Mnoyan
Linocut printmaker
Salzburg, Austria
Geliebt (loved)
Pascal Rößler