Made for the chapel of the Cristo del Feliz Tránsito, in the Basilica of the Virgen de los Desamparados in Valencia. It recreates an ancient expositor of the Holy Chalice, with two angels holding the stone and silver cup. It contains a relic of the Holy Pope, who officiated in this chapel and celebrated with […]
We carried out a small repair and general cleaning of the reliquary, on the occasion of its display in the exhibition ‘The Crown of Aragon. Power and image from the Middle Ages to the Modern Age’ (Valencia, 2006). It is an important transitional piece between two styles, with a retardatory structure and decorative elements of […]
Creation of a crown by copying an old sketch, taken from the historical archive of examinations of the silversmiths’ guild of Valencia. Drawing by Pedro Martínez (1624). This drawing was chosen at the client’s request.
Reconstruction of the upper part from the remains preserved after its desecration in wartime, subsequent concealment and discovery. Location of the numerous fragments found, replacement of lost elements (taking as a model those preserved in the work itself), creation of a foot, based on models of the period and geographical area, direct gilding (without previous […]
Restoration of gothic ceremonial maces belonging to a private collection. Repair of certain damage, general cleaning and technical, artistic and conservation advice.
Restoration of a reliquary which, more than for its artistic importance, is important because it contains one of the most significant relics of Christianity. The intervention was based on dignifying the interior relic, restoring the metal, consolidating the pieces that required it, changing some very deteriorated methacrylate plates for bevelled glass and making a silver […]
Restored in 2005, on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Sacred Landscapes’ of the Light of Images Foundation. Intervention co-directed by Professor Núria de Dalmases (Professor of medieval art at the University of Barcelona), Josep Lluís Gil (heritage inspector for the Generalitat Valenciana) and Antonio Piró, goldsmith. Structural consolidation, replacement of lost elements (taking as a […]
Restoration of the glow, with a curious heart-shaped box, and creation of the shaft and foot in style (it remains undecorated to complete the project in the future).
Symbolic representation of the flame of faith, supported by the palms of martyrdom.
With the only preserved remains of an image of Saint Peter, desecrated during the Spanish Civil War, the arm was consolidated and a silver foot was made to venerate a relic of the saint.
Reliquary made for the beatification of the Valencian martyrs in Rome. It is kept in the reliquary of the Holy See.
Reliquary for ceremonial use, so it has a chain for hanging around the neck.
The relic is accompanied by a complete iconographic development throughout the piece.
Reliquary in the form of a bust and chest containing the radius bone of Saint Vincent Ferrer, from Vannes (France).
A reliquary-chest that houses a series of trays in which the different tekas are deposited, which are exchanged to be venerated in the small display case on the lid.
Casket containing relics of the Valencian martyrs, venerated in their chapel in the ambulatory of Valencia Cathedral.
Representation of the image of the patron saint of Valencia in chiselled silver plate.
Made for a set of figures depicting the Nativity.
At the base, the martyrs of the collegiate church of Játiva are depicted in silver-plate figures.
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.