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Statue of the Immaculate Madonna with hands clasped in the act of crushing the serpent. The statue is probably from the second half of the 18th century.  Prof Moschiano recalls its purchase by the prior of the Congregation Giacomo Dalia and the parish priest Don Carmine Mazzocca on 24 November 1844 in Naples from "Don Gaetano Neri" for the total price of Dc 94.21. Cataloged by the Cultural Heritage Inv # 1500047776 during the restoration in the early 21st century someone stole one of the cherub heads that were at his feet as can be clearly seen from the comparison between the 1983 photos of the cultural heritage and the one after the restoration.

Statue of Our Lady of the Immaculate

SKU: 2300096
  • Parish of Maria SS della Carita'

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