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Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble

Standing Figure Saint Pierre Nolasque Sculpture Marble

Religious sculpture is very common in today’s life. There are many saints in religion, and every saint has made great contributions to religion. Sage sculpture is also very popular. Take a look at this Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble. This sculpture looks very realistic. The saint stood all over, his hands open his eyes and looked up, as if he were wondering about something. This Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble is perfect for the church.

NO.: AKRB-(M287)
MATERIAL: Natural Marble / Granite
SIZE: Lifesize/ Customized Size
TECHNOLOGY: Handcarved and polished.
PACKING: Wooden Cases/ Iron Boxes
ADVANTAGE: Factory Direct, Door to Door Delivery
SERVICE: Customize Acceptably

Saint Pierre Nolasque became the royal military medal of the Virgin of Mercy to redeem prisoners

Pierre Nolasque is a Catholic saint, born in France. Although some historians claim that he was born in Barcelona. When Norasco was a teenager in Barcelona, he became a member of the army fighting against the Moors on the Iberian Peninsula. He was appointed as the mentor of James I, the young king Aragon. In 1218, he formed a men’s assembly, which was approved by Pope Gregory IX in 1230 and became the royal military medal of the Virgin of Mercy to redeem prisoners. Between the 8th and 15th centuries, medieval Europe was in an intermittent state of war between the Christian Kingdom in southern Europe and the Muslim regimes in parts of North Africa, southern France, Sicily and Spain. According to James W. Brodman, whether it is pirates or coastal predators, or during intermittent wars in the region. The threat of captivity was a constant threat to the inhabitants of Catalonia, Languedoc and other coastal provinces of medieval Christian Europe. Attacks by militias, bands and troops from both sides occur almost every year. It is said that Alfonso VIII invaded Andalusia in 1182, captured more than 2000 prisoners and extorted thousands of people. In 1191, Governor Cordoba captured 3000 prisoners and 15000 cattle in the attack on Silvis. Over the past 600 years, these continuous armed confrontations have produced countless prisoners of war on both sides. Any Christian or Muslim close to the changing territorial borders is in danger of being arrested. The prisoners were considered as trophies. Those who did not redeem were sold as slaves. On the Spanish land of West Gothic, both Christian and Muslim societies were used to buying and selling prisoners. In the 13th century, besides spices, slaves were also one of the commodities that flourished between Christian and Muslim ports. So Saint Pierre Nolasque saved many slaves. Today, Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble is popular with many people.

Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble

Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble

Saint Pierre Nolasque went to Barcelona to start various charity work

There is little information about the origin of Mercedes, and almost no one knows the founder Peter Norasco. A narrative that developed between the 15th and early 17th centuries, Norasco was eventually crowned a saint in 1628. The first two accounts were written by Nadal Gaver and Pedro Cijar, the Mercedarian chroniclers in the middle of the 15th century, claiming that the founder was a businessman. In 1588, Francisco Zumel gave a more comprehensive description of his life, which is the basis of the biography in the Acta sanctorum. According to Butler, Norasco joined Simon de Montfort in the war with the Albi faction. In the battle of Mulet, Montfort defeated and killed King Peter II of Aragon and captured his son James. At that time, he was a six-year-old boy and sent him back to Aragon, while Norasco appointed his mentor. He was 25 years old at that time. After the pilgrimage to the Virgin of Montserrat, Saint Pierre Nolasque went to Barcelona to start various charitable work. Saint Pierre Nolasque began to pay attention to the plight of Christians arrested in the Moorish attack, and decided to establish a religious group to help these unfortunate people. So, if you want to add a famous figure sculpture in church, the Saint Pierre Nolasque sculpture marble is perfect for you. Aongking also has more religious figure sculptures for you to choose from.

Catholic Saint Peter holding keys Life Size Marble Statue

Catholic Saint Peter holding keys Life Size Marble Statue

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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.

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Packaging: Inside: Soft Plastic Foam/ Blanket.
Outside: Strong Wooden Cases Or Iron Boxes.
Shipping: 1. By Sea (Special For Life-size Sculptures And Large Sculptures).
2. By Air (Special For Small Sculptures Or When Clients Need Sculpture Very Urgently).
3. By Express Delivery DHL, TNT, UPS, OR FEDEX.. (Door To Door Door Delivery, About 3-7 Days Can Reach).
Please kindly contact us! We will depend on your sculpture and local situation, find the best delivery way for your reference.