From the collection of Museum Sacrum, items from the rich Roman life, collected by the sacristan.
A rather rare statue of Mary, issued by the Claverbond foundation from Nijmegen.
The Claverbond was named after the holy Jesuit Petrus Claver (1583-1654) who converted many African slaves and was canonised in 1888.
In 1889, the Jesuits founded the St. Claverbond. It raised money that was earmarked for the mission in the Dutch East Indies.
The figurines were a gift for the converted or a means of making money.
The material is somewhat unclear, this figurine contains some white dots that remind us of plaster but literature speaks of ceramics.
Immediately after payment, your purchase will be packaged well and sent by insured mail with a track & trace code.
- Statue de Marie Nimègue / Indonésie
- Céramique, Plâtre
- Fabricant / Marque
- St. Claverbond
- Période estimée
- Début du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 24×6×6 cm