Villa de Los Realejos
- Bienes Muebles. Orfebreria -

Portable custody is encompassed within the Eucharistic objects as a sacred vessel. It is dated in the 18th century, knowing the data that was made by Diego Joseph de Chavarr a (City of Mido, 1714).

The custody is divided into four parts: the foot or base, ca ao astil, the sun and the manly.

The foot or base serves as a basement and can be of several forms, with very different motives.

The Ca ao Astil is the piece that joins the foot with the sun.

The sun is composed of a circular disk, hollow in the center, on whose front and around it the decoration is arranged.

The virile is the exhibitor proper, where his obverse and reverse are protected by a glass. The back of the virile is a door that opens and closes for the placement of the Sant simo Sacramento.

Custodia con rayos flameados

Portable custody of gold and embossed silver. Circular foot of high cylindrical base with superimposed ornament of symmetrical motifs based on sinuous angels. The shaft has a pan-shaped jarring boot with handles where the knot sits. The virile is circular with a border adorned with angels from which arises a stream of flamed rays ending in stars of similar sizes and which ends the whole an upper cross, with straight arms and rays in the angles of the cruise.

Custodia con rayos flameados

Height: 70 cm

Width: 33 cm

Custodia con rayos flameados

Sacrist a.

Custodia con rayos flameados

Foundation International Center for the Conservation of Heritage (Cicop), 2013.

BOC.2011 / 227. File of modification of the Cultural Interest Property, with a category of Historical-Artistic Monument, in favor of the Church of Santiago Apstol, in the municipality of Los Realejos.

Custodia con rayos flameados
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Custodia con rayos flameados Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol - Cat:Iglesias