Bamboo cane was used with the premise of making a staff that was both strong and as light as possible, due to the physical handicap of the bishop to whom it was addressed.
It has a complete silver pole and another made of bamboo cane, as this is a material typical of the place it is destined for. The image of the Virgen de los Desamparados is on the knot, given the bishop’s Valencian origin.
Made according to a model proposed by the client and with the consequent modifications to make its realisation possible.
Monstrance of chevrons with iconographic and decorative elements of Franciscan influence.
Crozier made for the Apostolic Nuncio in the Central African Republic, of Valencian origin, which is why it contains iconography related to our land.
The tabernacle is in keeping with the decoration of the presbytery of the parish church, highlighted by a rear LED light, as are the images in the tabernacle.
Monstrance of contemporary design, expressly made for a temple with modern lines and framed in a maritime context. Made of silver, gilded silver and sapphires.
Collaboration for the event ‘Diseño al Plato’, making a design by Yonoh Estudio Creativo, for a dish by Chef David Carrión, from the restaurant Submarino de l’Oceanogràfic in Valencia. Photo: Julio D. Moreno Brass, silver plated and nickel plated (gloss and black nickel).
Design for the production, by means of die stamping, of commemorative medals for students, teaching staff and benefactors of the institution.
We have made many stamps for bishops, in different shapes and styles.
Cross made in silver, with the motif of a communion, simulating two bamboo cane sticks tied together.
Silver pectoral cross and ivory plate engraved in modern lines with a pantocrator and the tetramorph.
Specific design and material constraints provided by the client meant that we had to adapt our way of working to very specific material and production requirements.
Silver medal that renews the traditional iconography of the Virgin of the Forsaken. We aim to offer the possibility of always wearing the Virgin, in a more modern and casual way.
Artistic direction and coordination of the sculpture project for the Plaça dels xiquets de Sant Vicent in Valencia, erected on the 600th anniversary of the institution, on the site where the school-orphanage created by the saint once stood.
Tabernacle housed in the wall with the scene of the pelican feeding its young, a Eucharistic symbol, on the door.
The symbolism of the shining sheaf of wheat and the Eucharistic elements is joined by the scene of the Annunciation (due to the ownership of the parish) with the Virgin as the first recipient of Christ.
Powerful symbolism of the sheaf of wheat as one of the Eucharistic elements, in the form of a beam or glow around the aracheli.
Simplicity and symbolism of wheat as a Eucharistic element.