The Assumption of the Virgin statue is one of the four teachings of the Catholic Church. There are two different Traditions in the Catholic Church regarding the ascension/rest of Mary: the first is that she rose from the dead after a short period of time and then ascended to heaven. Second, she was “presumed” to have entered heaven before her death. In some versions of the story, this hypothesis is said to take place at the home of the Virgin Mary in Ephesus. This is a newer and localized tradition. The earliest tradition says Mary’s life ended in Jerusalem. By the 7th century, there was a variant. According to the variant, one of the apostles is often called The Apostle Thomas. Was not present at the time of Mary’s death, but his lateness prompted the reopening of Mary’s grave, which was found empty except for the clothes for her grave. In later tradition, Mary dropped her girdle from heaven to the apostles as proof of the event. This event is depicted in many later hypothetical paintings. The manner in which Mary’s earthly life ended has not been definitively defined by any Pope. Many Catholics believe she did not die at all but went straight to heaven. The dogmatic definition in the Apostolic Constitution Munificentissimus Deus, according to Roman Catholic dogma, incontestably proclaims the hypothetical doctrine, leaving open the question of whether Mary experienced a physical death at the end of her earthly life. Dogma does not attempt to answer or define this question, as the phrase “having completed her earthly life” makes clear. Aongking has more Mary sculptures for you to choose from.
Praying Assumption of the Virgin Statue
Mary is one of the most popular religious sculptures. Mary is a symbol of maternal love and many people like to have a statue of Mary in their homes. Take a look at this assumption of the Virgin statue. Mary folded her hands, her eyes closed, and went into a state of prayer. The statue of Mary looks even more magnificent against the sun and blue sky. This assumption of the Virgin statue is perfect for your garden or the public square.
Church Assumption of the Virgin Statue
|1. Confirming the details drawing / 3D mold / Pictures with clients.
|2. Making clay mold according to drawing/client’s photos / 3D mold if it is necessary.
|3. Cut the big stone block depends on confirmed sculpture size.
|4. Experienced engravers start to engrave depends on mold / confirmed pictures.
|5. Highly polish the surface till the sculpture is shiny.
|6. Packing into wooden cases after clients are satisfied with sculptures.
|Inside: Soft Plastic Foam/ Blanket.
|Outside: Strong Wooden Cases Or Iron Boxes.
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