This Angel of Contemplation Plaque is a reminder for us all to rejoice, praise, sing, glorify and jubilate! This solid bronze plaque is an exquisite wall hanging that brings peace and beauty to a space and the edition is completely SOLD OUT with only ONE left for sale in stock (and one left for our Thanksgiving drawing – see details below). This is a beautiful and significant gift for a first communion, confirmation, birthday, wedding, wedding anniversary, ordination, or housewarming.
A Solid Bronze Plaque Forged in a German Monastery
This solid bronze plaque has heft and measures 12 inches in length and 5.2 inches in width. This plaque was designed and realized in a monastery foundry in Germany. This is indeed an eloquent gift for lovers of music, musicians, but most especially for that special “angel” who is the “music” of your life!
Win this plaque in the “30 Years in Business” Drawing!
To celebrate 30 years of business in Denver, we are having a drawing for this last remaining bronze wall plaque of the Angel of Contemplation ($350 value). When you make an online purchase over $30, use the coupon code 30YEARS at checkout. You can use this code each time you make a purchase of $30 or more and you’ll be entered into the drawing. The more orders placed, the better your chances are of winning!
The drawing will take place on Thanksgiving Day (November 22, 2018).
With Bach the Angels praise God, but with Mozart the Angels celebrate Life!
“It may be that when the angels go about their task of praising God, they play only Bach. I am sure, however, that when they are together en famille they play Mozart and that then too our dear Lord listens with special pleasure” (Karl Barth). Bach’s music is undeniably magnificent, profound, glorious, serious, and at times even a bit “heavy.” On the other hand, the music of Mozart seems so mellifluous, melodious, playful, delightful,and even somewhat “lighthearted”! With God and the Heavenly Host of angels, we will surely appreciate Bach, but with that same Heavenly Host (and secretly God listening in) we will most certainly enjoy Mozart!