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- The tabernacle in early colonial churches was usually made of wood. There are beautifully carved molave ones still extant, although majority of them have lost their original polychrome and gilding. As towns became more prosperous and churches became bigger, tabernacles, too, were upgraded and silver became the material of choice for the richer parishes. . This particular piece, which must have belonged to a rich and large church, still has its original wooden carcass enveloped in beaten silver. It stands on a base designed to resemble the faรงade of a baroque church with two columns on either side of an arched doorway. The whole ensemble stands on a silver base with a central projection and a series of receding planes, so characteristic of baroque architecture. The wide central panel of the base is embossed and chased with a symmetrical pattern of vine scrolls ending with leaves and stylized owers. The projecting pedestals of each column are embossed on every visible side with an embossed and chased pattern of a leafy branch with a ower hanging on a ring. -Martin I. Tinio, Jr. . ๐Ÿ‘‘ Leรณn Galleryโ€™s Kingly Treasures Auction Eurovilla 1 Sale Room Auction: December 2 | 2PM Preview: November 25 - December 1 | 9AM - 7PM . #LeonGallery #LeonGalleryAuctions #LeonExchange #ArtPh #KinglyTreasures #fineart #antiques #tabernacle
- The tabernacle in early colonial churches was usually made of wood. There are beautifully carved molave ones still extant, although majority of them have lost their original polychrome and gilding. As towns became more prosperous and churches became bigger, tabernacles, too, were upgraded and silver became the material of choice for the richer parishes. . This particular piece, which must have belonged to a rich and large church, still has its original wooden carcass enveloped in beaten silver. It stands on a base designed to resemble the faรงade of a baroque church with two columns on either side of an arched doorway. The whole ensemble stands on a silver base with a central projection and a series of receding planes, so characteristic of baroque architecture. The wide central panel of the base is embossed and chased with a symmetrical pattern of vine scrolls ending with leaves and stylized owers. The projecting pedestals of each column are embossed on every visible side with an embossed and chased pattern of a leafy branch with a ower hanging on a ring. -Martin I. Tinio, Jr. . ๐Ÿ‘‘ Leรณn Galleryโ€™s Kingly Treasures Auction Eurovilla 1 Sale Room Auction: December 2 | 2PM Preview: November 25 - December 1 | 9AM - 7PM . #LeonGallery #LeonGalleryAuctions #LeonExchange #ArtPh #KinglyTreasures #fineart #antiques #tabernacle
- The tabernacle in early colonial churches was usually made of wood. There are beautifully carved molave ones still extant, although majority of them have lost their original polychrome and gilding. As towns became more prosperous and churches became bigger, tabernacles, too, were upgraded and silver became the material of choice for the richer parishes. . This particular piece, which must have belonged to a rich and large church, still has its original wooden carcass enveloped in beaten silver. It stands on a base designed to resemble the faรงade of a baroque church with two columns on either side of an arched doorway. The whole ensemble stands on a silver base with a central projection and a series of receding planes, so characteristic of baroque architecture. The wide central panel of the base is embossed and chased with a symmetrical pattern of vine scrolls ending with leaves and stylized owers. The projecting pedestals of each column are embossed on every visible side with an embossed and chased pattern of a leafy branch with a ower hanging on a ring. -Martin I. Tinio, Jr. . ๐Ÿ‘‘ Leรณn Galleryโ€™s Kingly Treasures Auction Eurovilla 1 Sale Room Auction: December 2 | 2PM Preview: November 25 - December 1 | 9AM - 7PM . #LeonGallery #LeonGalleryAuctions #LeonExchange #ArtPh #KinglyTreasures #fineart #antiques #tabernacle

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