A replica, with slight variations, of the chalice exhibited in the Louvre Museum, in which we have tried to capture the essence of the original chalice and paten, in its primitive style, to be used habitually.
Flyleaves and clasps for the facsimile edition of the Beato Emilianense, by Siloé Arte y Bibliofília. Model of ironwork made according to the publisher’s design.
Replica of the chalice kept at San Isidoro de León, with a modified inscription, containing a Eucharistic phrase.
Tabernacle inspired by the tradition of Spanish Romanesque pediments, with chapel fronts housing the apostolate and a pantocrator in the mystical mandorla as the main figure in the door.
Inspired by the ancient pigeons that served as a receptacle for the Easter stock.
The veneer that forms the chalice and paten is hand-beaten and polished by rubbing with agate to achieve an irregular surface, giving the piece an archaic appearance.