Our Lady of Sorrows
One of our best sellers, this piece presents a beautiful image of Our Lady of Sorrows. It depicts the Virgin Mary in lamentation of her Seven Sorrows, which are represented by the swords piercing her heart and her tearful visage. She is revered around the world, especially in the Santero culture of Spain and the Philippines, where she is known as “Mater Dolorosa.” This image features the rich, pointillist color indicative of early 20th century chromolithographs, which we adore.
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DetailsOur mini-trays are made from handsome white porcelain and utilize the traditional decoupage process. The imagery is hand-cut, pasted onto a surface, and buried under many coats of finish (we use Envirotex Lite polymer resin). To finish, the bottom is painted, stamped, and sealed with a clear matte protective coating.
Dimensions: 6.75 inches wide by 5.25 inches deep with a raised rim of approximately ¼ inch.
Care: Please treat our plates as you would any fine china or glass. Always wash by hand. For decorative purposes only.
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We take pride in our products. If for any reason an item does not meet your expectations, you may return your purchase in undamaged condition within ten days to receive a refund of the retail price.