SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres
SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres

SOLD Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres

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Beautiful Art Deco Chapel Cross, Cast Bronze Corpus Christi Set Onto Polished Marble, Gilded Brass Caps and Base Plate, 31x21 Centimetres

This is an absolutely stunning chapel cross made in France in the 1920s in the classic art deco style of the time.

The Corpus Christi is of cast bronze and it is set onto a lovely piece of pink streaked polished marble and it has a full base plate. There are no cracks or chips and it has a ring set into the rear for wall hanging.

It is large at 31x21 cm and is a very imposing piece. I have never seen anything like it and I fully expected to find a maker's mark or signature somewhere but there is nothing so I assume it was made as a 'one off' for a client.