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Saint Therese sculpture

Religious Standing Figure Bronze Saint Therese sculpture

Religious sculpture is very popular nowadays. Many people with religious beliefs will put a corresponding religious sculpture in their homes. Take a look at this Saint Therese sculpture. She is a French barefoot Calmerot nun, and also a saint and church teacher declared by the Catholic Church. She is honored as the Holy Daughter, the Baby Jesus, and the Holy Rundland of Jesus. She stood in the garden with a flower in her hand. This Saint Therese sculpture is perfect for your garden.

NO.: AKRB-(M284)
MATERIAL: Bronze/ Brass/ Copper
SIZE: Lifesize/ Customized Size
TECHNOLOGY: Lost-wax Casting Process
PACKING: Wooden Cases/ Iron Boxes
ADVANTAGE: Factory Direct, Door to Door Delivery
SERVICE: Customize Acceptably

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Therese has always been an influential holy model for Catholics and others

Therese has always been an influential holy model for Catholics and others, because her attitude towards spiritual life is simple and practical. She is one of the most popular saints in church history. Pope Pius X called her “the greatest saint in modern times”. Theresa felt the call to religious life very early. After overcoming various obstacles, in 1888, at the age of 15, she became a nun and joined her two sisters in the isolated Galmero community in Normandy. As a Calmeronite for nine years, he has held various positions. For example, the sacristy keeper and the junior nun assistant, during her last 18 months in Galmero, she fell into a night of faith. It is said that she felt that Jesus was not there, and she had been tortured by the doubt of God’s existence. Terrez died of tuberculosis at the age of 24. From 1927, her festival in the Roman general calendar was October 3, and it was not moved to October 1 until 1969. Therese is world-famous. The Basilica of Lisieux is the second most popular pilgrimage site in France after Lourdes. You can have a look at this Saint Therese sculpture.

Saint Therese sculpture

Saint Therese sculpture

Therese is the daughter of Marie Az é lie Gu é rin and Louis Martin

Therese was born in Rue Saint Blaise, Alonson, France, on January 2, 1873. She is the daughter of Marie Az é lie Gu é rin and Louis Martin, a jeweler and watchmaker. Her parents are both devout Catholics, and they finally became the first couple to be canonized together by the Roman Catholic Church (canonized by Pope Francis in 2015). Louis tried to become a regular visitor of the canon and wanted to enter the hospice of Great Saint Bernard, but he was refused because he did not know Latin. Z é lie has a strong and active disposition. She hopes to serve the patients and has considered becoming a monk, but the abbot of the convent of the main monastery of the Aranson Palace has completely dissuaded her. Disappointed, Z é lie learned to make lace instead. She did well in this area and started her own company in Rue Saint Blaise at the age of 22. Louis and Zelli met at the beginning of 1858, and got married on July 13 of the same year in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Dalanson. At first, they decided to be celibate like brothers and sisters forever, but when the confessor priest dissuaded them from doing so, they changed their lifestyle and had nine children. From 1867 to 1870, they lost three babies and five year old Helena… You can put this Saint Therese sculpture in your garden. Aongking also has more religious figure sculptures for you to choose from.

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1. Confirming the details drawing / 3D model / Pictures with clients.
2. Making clay model according to drawing/client’s photos/ 3D model.
3. Lost-Wax casting bronze/brass statues.
4. Welding and Chasing.
5. Patina and wax surface, take all different views pictures/ videos, show to clients.
6. Packing into wooden cases after clients are satisfied with sculptures.


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. 

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