This bronze Saint Claudia of Rome Plaque is unique in its detail and qulaity. Claudia was a prominent Christian woman of Rome in the time of St. Paul. St. Paul passes on her greeting with those of Eubulus, Pudens, Linus, “and all the brethren” to Timothy (2 Timothy 4:21). Her feast day is August 7. This is an especially suitable gift for a birthday, first communion, confirmation, and Christmas (a great “stocking stuffer”!).
A Solid Bronze Wall Plaque in Three Sizes
Available in three sizes – small (p87k – 2 x 1.8 inches), medium (p68m – 4 x 3.25 inches) or large (p190g – 7.9 x 6.3 inches) – this plaque will hang easily on any wall in the office or at home. This solid bronze plaque was designed and cast in Germany by a world-renowned master bronzesmith. This is an especially suitable gift for that special “Claudia” in your life!
Saint Claudia – Mother of the Second Pope
Claudia is best known as the mother of Linus, identified by St. Irenaeus as the second Pope, the successor of St. Peter as Bishop of Rome. “Linus the son of Claudia” indicates that Claudia was at least as well known as Linus. Saint Claudia is depicted in this plaque holding a bouquet of flowers. The sword of her beheading (as a Roman citizen) and the palm frond of martyrdom are in the lower left corner.