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French antique framed plaster scene depicting what I believe to be St Therese of Lisieux.
Something was written on the banner at the bottom of the scene but it's gone.
St Therese of Lisieux was very ill at the end of her life and there are pictures of her on a bed outside in the cloister. That could explain the red floor and stone wall.
Her sisters were by her bedside taking care of her.
Obviously, I could well be wrong and it is another Saint that is represented here!

Beautifully detailled.
Made of painted plaster.
Glass has some small scratches and marks commensurate with age.
Some dust under the glass very visible on the white plaster.
Metal frame that is distorted. Someone tried to open it at the top.
Small metal loop at the top. Some string or a metal ring could be added so it could be hung on the wall or used as a pendant for instance.

Size : 5.9 x 4.6 cm / 2.32 x 1.57"

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French antique St Therese of Lisieux plaster medallion reliquary.

SKU: Default 411
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