The exquisitely detailed Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque depicts the most fateful and important meal in human history. Whether you give this plaque to children making their first communion or to a newly ordained priest or minister, you can rest assured that the Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque enjoys “Old World” workmanship, high artistic quality, and nobility of material. This a gift of true heirloom-quality which will be cherished and handed on for many generations to come!
The Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque – An Beautiful Labor of Love, Faith, and Hope
The Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque measures 3.25 by 3.1 inches. Composed of highly polished dolomite stone and resin, this plaque has the heft, gleam, and feel of a priceless heirloom or an exquisite piece of carved ivory. A community of cloistered nuns designs, molds, and hand-finishes each plaque in the atelier of their monastery in France. Each nun is a true “contemplative in action” who prayerfully completes a task given to her which is necessary to complete each and every plaque. Where, how, and by whom the Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque is made is convincing proof that it is indeed ”culturally authentic” and a beautiful labor of love, faith and hope!
The Last Supper – The Most Fateful Meal in Human History
On the night before he died, Jesus celebrated with his disciples, for one last time, the Passover (the Feast of Unleavened Bread) in an “upper room” (Luke 22:12). The Last Supper Ivoirine Plaque depicts the events of that night vividly and powerfully: Jesus blesses the bread and cup, eleven of his disciples look on with rapt attention, and the twelfth disciple, Judas Iscariot (in the bottom right corner of the plaque), turns away in rejection of Jesus. A night filled with foreboding, drama, and tension – and the most fateful meal in human history.